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The best way to experience the beauty and diversity of the Hawaiian Islands is by hiking and camping through the many trails on the islands. The most popular hiking trails on the Big Island are located in Volcanoes National Park. The park offers a variety of trails that range in difficulty from easy to strenuous. The most popular trail in the park is the Kilauea Iki Trail, which is a 4.4-mile loop that takes hikers through a rainforest and across a steaming volcanic crater. Other popular hiking trails on the Big Island include the Mauna Kea Summit Trail, the Waipio Valley Trail, and the Hilina Pali Trail. Hiking and camping are also popular activities on Kauai. The most popular hiking trails on Kauai are the Waimea Canyon Trail and the Na Pali Coast Trail. The Waimea Canyon Trail is a 6.5-mile hike that takes hikers through the Waimea Canyon, which is often referred to as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." The Na Pali Coast Trail is a 17-mile hike that takes hikers along the stunning Na Pali Coast. Oahu is home to some of the most popular hiking trails in the state. The most popular hiking trails on Oahu are the Diamond Head Trail and the Koko Crater Trail. The Diamond Head Trail is a 0.8-mile hike that takes hikers to the summit of Diamond Head, a volcanic crater. The Koko Crater Trail is a 1.5-mile hike that takes hikers to the summit of Koko Crater, a dormant volcano. Maui is home to a number of popular hiking trails, including the Haleakala National Park Trails, the Iao Valley State Monument Trails, and the West Maui Mountains Trails. The Haleakala National Park Trails are a series of trails that take hikers through the Haleakala National Park

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