Na Ala Hele is the State of Hawaii Trail and Access Program. Established in 1988 in response to public concern about the loss of public access to certain trails and the threat to historic trails from development pressure, Na Ala Hele has become increasingly engaged in trail management and regulatory issues due to both public and commercial recreational activities and emerging legal issues. Na Ala Hele’s primary management activities include constructing, restoring, and maintaining trails and access roads with support from staff and partnerships with community volunteers.

Visit the Na Ala Hele website for more information about the trails in the Mount Tantalus area, including the trails in the Honolulu Mauka Trail System:

  • Aihualama Trail
  • Kanealole Trail
  • Kalawahine Trail
  • Makiki Valley Trail
  • Manoa Cliffs Trail
  • Manoa Falls Trail
  • Maunalaha Trail
  • Moleka Trail
  • Nahuina Trail
  • Nuuanu Trail
  • Pauoa Flats Trail
  • Pu’u’Ohi’a Trail
  • ‘Ulaka’a Trail

Another great trail map can be found on the Aloha Trailway website. You can download a printable map to your personal computer or your cell phone. These maps are a later color version of the one pictured below.