Getting to the Munro Trail is half the adventure. What other trail allows you to fly to Maui, take a ferry to Lanai, then take a resort shuttle to the trail? This same adventurous transportation scheme is also what keep Munro Trail so isolated. Only the most enthusiastic trail fans are willing to take such (adventurous, enjoyable, travelicious) lengths to enjoy a fantastic bike trail.
At only 12 miles long, the Munro Trail is one of the shortest you’ll find in this book. And it’s also one of the only dirt trails in the book. But all the bonuses that come with the trail, it was a no-brainer to include it in our list of 50 Greatest Bike Trail. The entire island of Lanai can be considered an extended bike trail with miles and miles of nearly empty roads, beach trails and 4 x 4 trails, Lanai is your own biking playground.
For more information about the Munro Trail, check out America’s 50 Best Bike Trails to be published soon.
Suggested Lodging- Hulopo’e Bay Campgrounds - Camping allowed by permit - Highway 440, South Lanai, call 808-565-3982 for information and rates, nearby attractions include: beautiful white sand beach, underwater coral formations, Hulopo'o-Manele Marine Life Conservation Area, Restroom facilities, Showers, picnic tables, grills, tide pools, hiking trails. • Hotel Lanai is by far the most reasonably priced. 828 Lanai Avenue, Lanai City, HI 96763 (808) 565-7211 • For a real treat, stay at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay, One Manele Road, Lanai City (808) 565-2000 • The closest accommodations to the trail are at the Lodge at Koele, One Keomoku Highway, P.O. Box 631380, Lanai City, Hawaii 96763 (808)565-4000
- One Forty American Steak, Hawaiian Seafood, Four Seasons Resort, Manele Bay, Lanai
- Lanai City Grill in the Hotel Lanai, 828 Lanai Avenue, Lanai City, HI (808) 565-7211
Suggested Bike Rental / Repair
- Adventure Lanai Ecocentre - email@example.com (808) 565-7373, http://www.adventurelanai.com/rentals.html