Photo by Wasabi
Found in Koke`e State Park this trail winds through a highland forest with occasional ridge top views. It's all downhill (which means all uphill on the way back) to the grassy point that overlooks the sheer cliffs of Awa`awapuhi and Nualolo valleys resting 2,000 feet below. The option to connect to the Nualolo trail should be taken only by those prepared for a hike over 9 miles long (one-way). No water. No facilities.
Things To Bring
- Sun Protection
- First aid
- Appropriate Footwear
It provides incredible views of the Na Pali coastline and valleys (weather permitting).
Fairly steep downhill trail in forested reserve. Ends at steep edge of Na Pali cliffs. Consistent uphill incline upon return.
Not Good For
Those that do not have strong endurance and are not in good physical condition.
Unstable footing beyond safety railing at lookout point. Do not go beyond railing. Trail can be slippery when muddy.
3.1 Miles (one way)
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