- Trails on Army Installations
- Requesting Access
- Hiking Safety
Hiking in the Hawaiian Islands offers residents and visitors many opportunities to experience a unique natural environment. Known throughout the world for a wide variety of ecosystems, trails in Hawaii can take you to coastal dunes, shrublands, rainforests, and high alpine deserts. Certain historic trails provide a glimpse of the cultural heritage of Hawaii as they traverse past historic and archeological sites. Isolated by over 2,000 miles from the nearest landmass, native Hawaiian flora and fauna evolved into highly specialized species and some endemic species found nowhere else in the world.
Please remember -- when you are hiking on trails in Hawaii, you are a guest in the home of our forest creatures and Hawaiian ancestors. Please treat these areas with respect. Read and follow any official informational or directional signage that may be posted along the trail to ensure that you are not walking onto sacred sites or areas of ecological restoration.
Visit the garrison's page for more information on the following:
KOLEKOLE TRAIL STATUS
The Kolekole Hiking trail is open select weekends when there isn't training being conducted. The schedule is only known one to two weeks in advance.
All hikers must have access to Schofield Barracks to access the trail (i.e. either be a Department of Defense ID card holder, or have a VISITOR PASS).
When the trail is open, it is open from 5:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Hikers should call (808) 655-1434 if they have problems with trail gate.
To view the select weekends visit the garrison's page or copy the link below: