As I said, the bamboo forest in Hana is one of my favorite hikes, along with the Haleakala hikes and Pilipoli hike. We did this a couple weeks ago when we went camping at Kipahulu.

The bamboo forest is actually a part of the Pipiwai Trail. I love it that when we enter the forrest, it’s like being in a new world. It is so nice to be surrounded by nature.

Bamboo Forest Kipahulu Hike

The hike is easy enough, the trails are well maintained.

Bamboo Forest and Jumping the Cliff

There are cliffs and waterfalls along the way. But be careful. As the sign says, its dangerous to jump off these cliffs and water falls. Actually, the sign says “no jumping”

Bamboo Forrest Hike Maui

I had to have a family photo taken in the midst of bamboo forest.  A memory maker for sure.  Our hike ended at Waimoku Falls.  We didn’t get to take a lot of photos there because we were informed that there could be a possibility of “flash flood”.   After taking this one shot below, we rushed to get out of there.

Bamboo Forest Waterfalls

Would you like to know more about this awesome bamboo forrest hike? My friend Mark, from, wrote a detailed article on Pipiwai Trail and Waimoku Falls.  Both of us love the bamboo forest and I am glad he wrote a detailed post about it – he did a great job “talking” about it. Go there now and have fun reading 🙂