This free, self-guided tour takes walkers through Kanepu'u Preserve , one of the last remaining forests that once covered ... More
Kanepuu Preserve Nature Conservancy Hike
This free, self-guided tour takes walkers through Kanepu'u Preserve , one of the last remaining forests that once covered all of the dry lowlands of the islands. Led by informative trail signs, the short hike offered year-round takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes and exposes walkers to some of the most lush flora found on Lanai. Groups of five or more may arrange for a guided hike on the trail, which is easily accessible from the main road to Keahikawelo, the Garden of the Gods.
TNC is in the process of transitioning this preserve to another manager, and the property appears completely abandoned. Signs down or missing, full of thorny weeds and spiderwebs a yard wide (no exaggeration) across the trails. Drive right on by and visit the Garden of the Gods and the beach, although it's a long bumpy ride.
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