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Bamboo Field

The spot where “LOST” began and ended, with Jack lying on his back in a bamboo forest (“The Pilot,” Ep. 1×01, “The End,” Ep. 6×17) is located just off Nuuanu Pali Dr., through the access gate to the Pauoa Ridge hunting area within the Honolulu Watershed Forest Reserve. This is also the bamboo field through which “Mother” led young Jacob and young Man in Black to the “Heart of the Island” (“Across the Sea,” Ep. 6×15). Continue reading Bamboo Field

Judd Memorial Trail

Judd Memorial Trail was frequently used as a “LOST” filming location, serving as a jungle and stream setting in nearly every season. It was where Mr. Eko met his demise (“The Cost of Living,” Ep. 3×05) and where young Ben met Richard Alpert for the first time (“The Man Behind the Curtain,” Ep. 3×20). Most recently, it was where Jacob attacked the Man in Black (“Across the Sea,” Ep. 6×15). Continue reading Judd Memorial Trail

Kaaawa Valley

The broad, majestic Ko’olau mountain ridge seen in a memorable wide shot in the pilot episode (“Pilot,” Ep. 1×01) is viewed from Ka’a’awa Valley, also known as Kualoa Valley. The same view is revisited during the conversation between Jacob and the Man in Black during Season Six (“Ab Aeterno,” Ep. 6×09). The valley contains a number of iconic “LOST” locations. Continue reading Kaaawa Valley

Waikiki Landmark

The building from which Locke fell eight stories after being pushed through a window by his father (“The Man from Tallahassee,” Ep. 3×13), an event that was later revisited by Jacob (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16), was the Waikiki Landmark condominium (1888 Kalakaua Ave.), near the Hawaii Convention Center. Continue reading Waikiki Landmark

Makua Beach

The second to the last stretch of sand before Kaena Point, near the end of Farrington Highway on the westernmost edge of O‘ahu, Makua Beach is among the most remote locations used by “LOST.” It’s where the base of Jacob’s statue was built (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16, “LA X,” Ep. 6×01). The rocky outcrop is known as Pōhaku Kula‘ila‘i, a sacred spot in Hawaiian lore, and also as “Pray for Sex” rock. Continue reading Makua Beach

Byodo-In Temple

The spectacular estate of Sun’s father (“House of the Rising Sun,” Ep. 1×06) is the Byodo-In Temple, part of the Valley of the Temples (47-200 Kahekili Hwy). Sun and Jin’s wedding was later revisited by Jacob (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16). Admission in the form of a monetary donation is collected at the temple entrance. Continue reading Byodo-In Temple