In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities safe—all outings are suspended through August 31 per Sierra Club National’s guidance.
Stay tuned for updates on the return of outings and events at sc.org/2WaA4GB
KAUAʻI GROUP OUTINGS
Join us on one of these great outings to discover the natural treasures of our island. Mileage is total miles. Outings focus on: (C) Conservation/Interpretative, (E) Educational, (F) Family/Fun, and/or (S) Service. Requested donation from Sierra Club members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others requested donation is $5.
Important changes to how non-residents of Hawaii access the Na Pali Coast Trail/ Haena State Park started in June 2019. Go to the bottom of this page to see our summary of key information you need to know since action and planning ahead on your part is necessary.
Note: Women are advised not to hike remote trails or camp alone on Kauaʻi.
Interested in becoming a Sierra Club outings leader? If so, please contact JudyDalton123(AT)gmail.com to find out how much fun you could be having while giving people the opportunity to explore the island, enjoy its beauty, and inspire them to protect it.
NONE AT THIS TIME DUE TO EFFORTS TO REDUCE SPREAD OF COVID-19.
IMPORTANT CHANGES IN ACCESS TO THE NA PALI COAST TRAIL AND HAENA STATE PARK FOR NON-RESIDENTS: If you are not a resident of the State of Hawaii you will need one of the following to enter Hāʻena State Park (access the Na Pali Coast Trail):
- A Park Entry Reservation (“Entry Only Voucher”)
- A Parking Reservation (Parking Reservations grant Park Entry for driver and passengers)
- A valid Camping Permit for Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park.
The park entry reservations and parking reservations have strict numerical limits, so you need to get one early. If you will be going on a Sierra Club Kauai Group hike on the Na Pali Coast, check with the outing leader to see if you will need more than an entry-only voucher.