How long is the hike to Diamond Head?
Diamond Head Summit Trail
|Trail Length||1.6 miles (round trip)|
|Terrain||Hot, Dry, Slopes|
|Elevation Gain||560 ft|
Can you hike Diamond Head on your own?
It is possible to hike to the summit of the Diamond Head crater, and it is totally possible to do this Oahu hike on your own without a tour. When you’re planning to do the Diamond Head hike, you’ll want to plan to allow a half a day for it.
Is Diamond Head free to hike?
Diamond Head offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu that you can hike to via a trail that takes you to the edge of the 300,000-year old crater. An entry fee of $1 per walk-in visitor and $5 per vehicle applies.
How much does it cost to hike Diamond Head?
Diamond Head State Monument
|Hours||OPEN DAILY 6:00 am to 4:00 pm Gates Close = 6:00 pm CLOSED: Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years|
|Entrance Fee||*CREDIT CARD ONLY* Hawaii Residents = Free w/Hawaii ID or DL Non-Hawaii Residents = $5.00 Children 3 and under = Free|
Is Diamond Head still active?
Diamond Head (see more photos, view panorama) is one of the most famous landmarks on Oahu and the entire state of Hawaii. It has once been an active volcano, but hasn’t spewed any ashes for more than 150,000 years. The extinct crater and lookout point at the peak of it is a popular hiking destination for many.
Can you hike Diamond Head at night?
The park is open from 6am to 6pm, seven days a week. The last entry to the trail is 4:30pm. That famous summit doesn’t look so special from the parking lot area in the crater.