Take a Hike with Four Seasons Lanai

Four Seasons specialists take guests on free guided walks to explore the island By: Marty Wentzel
Visitors can hike to Puu Pehe on guided walks with Four Seasons Lanai. // © 2014 Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson
Visitors can hike to Puu Pehe on guided walks with Four Seasons Lanai. // © 2014 Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Hikers love Lanai, with trails that range from simple seaside paths to strenuous mountaintop tracks. With that in mind, Four Seasons Resorts Lanai at Manele Bay recently introduced a series of free guided walks to help guests explore the island’s beauty, history and lore alongside one of the hotel’s savvy specialists. During the sunrise hike, clients trek to Lanai’s famous offshore landmark, Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock). Another hike leads to Pipi Chute, a 1920s cattle-loading ramp at the back side of Manele Harbor. The Kapihaa Trail hike, once used by ancient Hawaiians, follows the southern coastline past the ruins of a centuries-old village and a dramatic blow hole. Guests who prefer to discover the island on their own can pick up a self-guided trail map from the Lanai Culture and Heritage Center or Lodge at Koele.
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