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Training Log Archive: byrnedfish

In the 7 days ending Oct 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking4 7:28:17 16.16(27:44) 26.01(17:14) 1781
  Swimming2 2:00:00
  Road Running3 1:56:27 10.45(11:09) 16.82(6:55) 241
  Total8 11:24:44 26.61 42.82 2022

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Friday Oct 14 #

1 PM

Hiking 1:41:03 [3] 2.97 mi (34:01 / mi) +415m 23:43 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Waimano Falls.

Its weird going down first and then up. It was raining but still quite warm, and the trail was super muddy, so not ideal for right before a flight. Took it pretty easy to try to stay not sweaty (unsuccessfully) and not muddy (unsuccessfully). Then kind of anti climactic after the other falls we had seen. Back up was actually much easier.

Hiking 50:17 [3] 1.79 mi (28:05 / mi) +148m 22:21 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Diamond head crater

Half paved trail, half dirt and roots, then half stairs. This is the most popular hike on oahu, probably due to its close vicinity to Honolulu, and the views it offers. I really enjoyed it even though it was busy and developed. Another one i would do often if it was in my backyard.

Thursday Oct 13 #

Swimming 1:00:00 [1]

Snorkling at Hanauma. Saw some really cool fish and schools of fish. Went out 2 different times, for probably 30 min plus each time. Not active swimming, but with the waves had to do something or you'd run aground
3 PM

Hiking 49:21 [3] 1.87 mi (26:24 / mi) +165m 20:42 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Manoa Falls Hike.

2nd most popular hike on Oahu, and I'm not surprised. The trail was pretty nice, and fun the whole time - the most jungle like place we encountered. And then it ended at a 100+ ft waterfall that was very pretty, even though it was only a trickle.

Road Running 50:50 [3] 3.84 mi (13:14 / mi) +228m 11:11 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Half trail run/hike, half road run, right from our rental place. The trail aprt was really fun, and if I lived here I would totally do this all the time. It looked like there was an option for 2 different loops, one in each direction from where we turned around, would have loved to explore more, but it was getting dark. Did get to watch the sun set over the mountains, which was really pretty. Then Road run loop next to the beach.

Wednesday Oct 12 #

7 AM

Hiking 2:41:11 [3] 6.02 mi (26:47 / mi) +639m 20:08 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Kailou'ou Ridge trail.

One of my favorite hikes, kind of reminescent of the adirondacks. We traveled through 3 or 4 different biomes which was kind of cool in such a short hike. Started out in a foresty place with lots of switchbacks, then it switched to a pine forest with huge pine trees. By the time we got to the top of the ridge it was much more jungley. We had the summit to ourselves for the most part and there were some great views, although the lighting wasnt the best for pictures - cloudy gray and bright sun reflecting off the water. Very fun hike.

Hiking 55:25 [2] 2.51 mi (22:05 / mi) +254m 16:48 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Hike on a paved trail up the ridge and out the point to look at the lighthouse. The trail was quite busy, and not super exciting, but there were some great veiws.

Tuesday Oct 11 #

7 AM

Road Running 38:34 [3] 4.01 mi (9:37 / mi) +2m 9:36 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Quick run from the campsite.

Monday Oct 10 #

Swimming 1:00:00 [1]

Attempt at surfing. I was actually surprised to stand up a few times.

Sunday Oct 9 #

1 PM

Hiking 31:00 [3] 1.0 mi (31:00 / mi) +160m 20:43 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Crouching Lion Hike

Fun hike, very quick, but had a great view.
10 PM

Road Running 27:03 [3] 2.6 mi (10:24 / mi) +11m 10:16 / mi
shoes: Solomon Vario

Quick run from the campsite on a paved bike trail. Very humid.

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