Moanalua Bridge One
For a good workout without putting on the additional miles, start your cardiac climb from the first road bridge up to Tripler Ridge and continue following the ridge up to the Marker-12 trail. Take the Marker-12 trail for a steep de-cardiac descent down to the valley floor.*
A $5 donation is requested from each non-member, 18 years and older.
Elevation Gain: 1,937 feet.
Trail Conditions: ungraded, slippery, stream crossings, overgrown and flood zone area.
Trail Features: historic carriage road, petroglyph rock, views across Moanalua Valley.
Trail Route: lollipop loop.
Moku & Ahupua’a: Kona & Moanalua.
Hawaiian Name & Meaning: Moanalua = literally means two open spaces. Said to be named for two encampments (moana lua) at taro patches, where travelers bound for Honolulu rested.
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