Leeward Oahu District

The Leeward Oahu District is located on the coastal side of the Waianae mountain range and extends from Ko’olina in the south-west corner of Oahu, to the town of Waianae in the central coastal area and all the way north to Kaena Point on the north-west tip of the island.  Even though on a map the ‘Leeward Coast’ is not actually limited only to the stretch of the west shore and the ocean and in fact continues all the way to Koko Head, the Waianae Coast has become commonly referred to as ‘Leeward Oahu’, so for all intents and purposes we will refer to it as that also.
Ko’olina boasts a marina, championship golf course and variety of accommodations; Waianae is the least crowded accommodation area on Oahu but it far less attractive than other places for a variety of reasons; and the coastal stretch to the north of the town up to Kaena Point is wild and remote with some beautiful beaches.  At the end of the road, you can hike to this point, which is Oahu’s westernmost location.  Some of the oldest lava on Oahu can be found along this shoreline.  The Waianae Mountains, formed about three million years ago, feature the highest point on the island – Mt Kaala – at 4,017 feet.
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