Although our plans were to originally go to the Makapu’u Point Lighthouse trail, I’m kind of glad we get to say we did the ‘Aiea Loop Trail. The scenery is very nature-like and beautiful, filled with sounds of the Hawaiian birds and some of the tallest trees I’ve ever seen. The majority of this area was replanted by foresters in the 1920’s. It is now a popular trail for all ages. From what I’ve heard prior to coming here, the ‘Aiea Loop Trail was a short and easy trail. We jumped into this doing no research what so ever. This hike ended up being a 4.8 mile loop, that took nearly 3 hours. Yes, we did have lots of other folks with us so overall, I don’t think it really takes that long. We jumped over trees, slipped in mud, almost fell down cliffs and Kevin saw a wild boar. It was nice to catch up with our friends from San Antonio and share this moment with them. We aren’t hikers at all, but this makes me want to do more. Here are some of the photos from our day. I hope you guys had a wonderful Saturday, because I sure did!