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Easy hike but i suggest shoes, if the trail is wet it can be pretty slippery.
If you want to take a photo, I prefer the first pillbox..
The perfect sunrise hike!
Tricky to find the start of the trail but well worth the slightly difficult hike up to the pillboxes for an amazing view. Def not for slipper wearers!
Good workout! My 3 year old made hiked this!
The hike is short and sweet but make sure you watch your step coming down. It can be deceivingly slippery when it's super dry.
Pretty easy hike, nice view at the top
Go early. Go hard. Hot chicks that hike are everywhere.
GO FOR IT, up...up...don't give up !
If you are up for an early hike, get your a... up ther to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise...
Be adventurous and hike past the second bunker. It make the hike to be a better workout and provides a different view of Kailua.
'This photo was taken at the Lanikai Pillboxes. I suggest the nearby Olomana trail for people that aren't afraid/skilled enough for it. Absolutely incredible.' – Submitted by Bernie W. on Facebook
Easy uphill hike if it's not too wet
If you're planning to catch the sunrise be sure to bring a flashlight & don't forget the camera!
Enjoy a nice short hike with an exceptional view!
Police are now ticketing and towing cars that park by the 1' wall on the road up.
The trek up to the first bunker is the hardest part. Going to the second bunker is much easier. Just take your time, watch your footing, and you'll be fine. Enjoy the views!
The view is much better up here. The trek between the 1st and 2nd pillbox is not bad at all.
Great Simple hike to view Kailua from the Marine Corps Base all the way to Makapuu.
Wear sneakers. Go for sunrise - its a MUST!
Have water and make sure you bring a camera.. If you have any food, make sure you leave some for pele at her chair ;)
Short hike but steep. Beautiful payoff at the top. Don't wear slippers (or as us mainlanders call them flip flops).
Dont wear easy tones or anything with a balls on the bottom of your shoe. Unless your experienced.
great prep for other hikes like Olomana, Koko Head & even Diamond Head.
don't wear slippers, the first part is kinda steep and lots of gravel.
Catch a beautiful sunrise up here. Its worth the workout... wear your trail shoes and save your ankles!
Lots of gravel, tread cautiously.