Oahu Sight

Laie Falls

La'ie is a peaceful little seaside village located on the northeastern tip of the island. It's most widely known for its large Mormon influence.

In 1865 the Mormons bought 6000 acres of land and eventually built a temple similar to the one in Salt Lake City. Laie Falls is a 15-foot falls on the La'ie Ridge Trail. It is the first major stop on the hike and where more hikers take a dip and then head back out.

The trailhead is on Kamehameha Highway 83 at marker #55. The trail begins as a graded four-wheel-drive road.

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