It is better to hike in this trail after a heavy bout of rain, because summer can leave you completely parched and exhausted. The trail begins from Mauumae Ridge and after sometime, the trail descends into a long narrow and exposed stretch of rock. You will also come across a number of small waterfalls and the Kaau Crater along the way.
After crossing the Koolau intersection and the Norfolk Pine clearing along the way, you will finally reach the final run to the summit that consists of long expanses of rough and windy ridges.
Weather Report for Honolulu, HI
Temperature: 73.8° F
Relative Humidity: 96%
Dew Point: 72.6° F
Winds from the SSW at 1.7 mph gusting to -999.0 mph
Sunrise: 6:15 AM
Sunset: 6:43 PM
Weather reported from Kamehameha and Mokulele, Kaneohe, HI (KHIKANEO13)
Weather information provided by Weather Underground. Current as of 9/5/2015 4:11 AM
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