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Koko Crater - railway steps hike

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Koko Crater - railway steps hike

using bus to KOKO Crater hike.

Can you get to it from the 22 bus if you get off opposite Hanouma Bay, or do you need to get a 231 bus to Anapalou Road.

Which entrance is closer to the hike.

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1. Re: Koko Crater - railway steps hike

Aloha,

You need to get to Koko Head district park.

Use Anapalau st. to get there.

Have fun, as it's a good climb.

Make sure you have water

The view will be worth your time,

Aloha

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2. Re: Koko Crater - railway steps hike

How much time should we allot for round trip hike and time to enjoy views? If it makes a difference we are in our early 30s, in decent shape but not athletes.

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3. Re: Koko Crater - railway steps hike

I believe you can get there from Hanauma Bay.

You would have to walk back to the highway from the bus stop at Hanauma Bay then cross the highway & go down a hill.

There is a road at the bottom of the hill that takes you to the trailhead.

This map shows the road going to the highway. But it actually stops short of the highway.

honolulupublishing.com/OahuMaps/oahu_map_sou…

Plan about 2 1/2 hours including the walking to get to the trailhead.

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