Kuamo'o-Nounou Trail - Trail, Wailua, Kaua'i, Hawaii

Kuamo'o-Nounou Trail - Trail, Wailua, Kaua'i, Hawaii

DESCRIPTION

Mostly double track, some single track, techinical trail, rocks and exposed roots.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 18, 2004]
mccartney7499
Cross Country Rider

Not quite what I expected. I was hoping for a technical singletrack. The trail is actually a rather wide path with only the occasional roots or rocks. It's still a fast,fun rollercoaster ride. Just don't go expecting many technical challenges. I got lucky to have ridden it on a dry day,and combined it with the Moalepe Trail and Kuilau Ridge for a nice loop.

Similar Products Used:

Rim of Waimea Canyon,Powerline Trail,Kealia Trails

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[May 04, 2004]
madriverman
Cross Country Rider

Great Trail! Ride it out and back, time yourself, and report your results to Kauai Cycle. Middle ring fun, no huge steeps, DO NOT RIDE WHEN WET!!!! Very cool views of the wettest spot on earth!

Customer Service

See post below for route.

Similar Products Used:

All trails in Kauai

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 03, 2004]
madriverman
Cross Country Rider

Great Trail! Ride it out and back, time yourself, and report your results to Kauai Cycle. Middle ring fun, no huge steeps, DO NOT RIDE WHEN WET!!!! Very cool views of the wettest spot on earth!

Customer Service

See post below for route.

Similar Products Used:

All trails in Kauai

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jan 02, 2002]
Louie

This is a great ride, I rode it in and out, middle ring trail, lots of rocks and exposed roots, not steep but lots of techinical areas, mostly double track, some single track, great views from the rest areas, recommend this ride even if you can't add on the above trails, fun fast ride, lots of canopy cover.

Customer Service

Trail can be accessed from Kuamo'o Road 580 or from Kamalu Road 581. I recommend entering the trail head from Kuamo'o Road 580, exiting on Kamalu Road 581 and turning right onto Kamalu Road 581 to the end and turn left on Olohena Road and continue to the trail head of Moalepe Trail, ride Moalepe Trail to Kuilau Ridge and come down Kuilau Ridge to Kuamo'o Road 580 and back to your vehicle at the trail head to Kuamo'o-Nounou Trail.This will give you aprox a 12 mile ride (road and trail) Recommend you purchase John Alford's Mountain Biking the Hawaiian Islands, has lots of rides on the Islands, great book, www.bikehawaii.com

Similar Products Used:

Add on Moalepe and Kuilau Ridge Trail for a nice ride.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Jan 13, 2003]
Slide

Fun trail - I thought I was going to string together the three trails as described until I rode over a stick and snapped my derailleur hanger 100 yds short of the Moalepe trailhead. If you're a dry country rider, get used to mud and roots fast if you want to enjoy riding here.

Customer Service

As described.

Similar Products Used:

Powerline.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
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