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Biking, Hiking & Trails

With more than 1,300 acres of tropical paradise and five miles of unspoiled secluded shoreline, it’s no wonder Turtle Bay is the only resort on the island of Oʻahu, Hawaii, where you can enjoy miles and miles of hiking, biking, and jogging trails to explore. Travel the length of the Turtle Bay Resort property, between Kawela Bay and Kahuku Point, close to the sand or through lush greenery. Pack a swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, water, and snacks to make a day of it, taking swim or snorkeling breaks along the way. 

Bikers will love the North Shore Bike Park and its professionally developed mountain biking trails, with wide ocean-side trails for the leisure rider. Twist and turn through the lush jungle vegetation or cruise along to find gigantic banyan trees, secluded beaches, and much more.

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Cultural Bike Tour

Hear the untold stories that encompass the resort's 1,300 pristine acres. Take a bike ride with our local expert as they guide you to significant points of interest.

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Bike Rentals

Take a ride along our seaside pathways and scenic trails. From beach cruisers to mountain and electric bikes, we offer a wide variety of quality bike rentals for you to explore at your own pace.

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Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree

This single tree is known for its otherworldly beauty with its intertwined stems and aerial roots. It's also been the backdrop for many movie scenes and TV shows, including LOST and Pirates of the Caribbean.

Distance from resort: 1.1 miles, 15–25 minute walk

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King's Walk

Legend has it that Hawaiian royalty, or Ali’i, walked these shores, giving this stretch of beach its name. King's Walk begins after Kuilima Cove and stretches across the shoreline to Kahuku Point. Go on a leisurely walk and you may spot marine life and native birds along the way.

Distance from resort: 0.25–1.5 miles, 15–25 minute walk

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Kawela Bay

This hidden treasure is one of the most secluded beaches on the North Shore. Its cresent shape protected reef offers calmer waves for kayaking, outrigger canoe rides, and first-time surfers. A scenic pathway from the shore takes you to a picturesque banyan tree.

Distance from resort: 1.2 miles, 15–25 minute walk

Keiki Cove at Turtle Bay Resort

Keiki Cove

Keiki means child in Hawaiian and this protected little cove is perfect for little ones to wade in the water. Located next to the 17th hole of the Palmer Course, its dreamy location is also a popular spot for surprise proposals and wedding receptions.

Distance from resort: 0.75 miles, 7–12 minute walk

Tide Pools at Turtle Bay Resort

Tide Pools

There’s something magical about the tide pools. This shallow swimming area is perfect for little ones to cool off in. Explore the tide pools and you may discover some hermit crabs, opihi, and sea snails.

Distance from resort: 0.30 miles, 5–10 minute walk