Ride along a 13-mile (20.9-km) path that stretches from the top of Waimea Canyon to sea-level—a whopping 3,600-foot (1,100-m) drop. Expert guides lead the downhill ride, sharing native Hawaiian lore and helping you enjoy breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and dramatic canyon cliffs.
Begin this half-day excursion with a quick briefing on biking safety and the ride's logistics as you enjoy some light refreshments. All bikes are comfortable cruisers with wide saddles, high-rise handlebars, and powerful brakes—perfect for your downhill journey.
When you're ready, set off down the mile-wide (1.2-km) canyon and notice the verdant tropical plants, vocal birds, and stunning backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.
As you start to pick up speed and glide downhill with ease, your charismatic guide relates their infectious passion for Hawaii through a vast knowledge of the culture, history, landmarks, and legends.
Stop at multiple lookout points and notice the neighboring island of Ni'ihau, the only private island in the Hawaiian Archipelago, known as “the Forbidden Isle.”