Start the trail from the left side of the parking lot and within half a mile you will descend to reach the upper slopes of Awa'awapuhi Valley. While descending you will experience a distinct change in the forest pattern - the vegetation will change from tall trees to bushes and after a mile of descend, the flora changes from green to a drier pattern. Continue through the bushy places for a 2.5-mile sliding hike to get the first views of the Awa'awapuhi Valley dropping in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. You will find the Nualolo Cliff Trail at the 3-mile marker. The Nualolo Cliff Trail goes left but you need to turn right at 3 miles to reach the Awa'awapuhi lookout.
Weather Report for KOKEE, HI
Temperature: 58.8° F
Relative Humidity: 89%
Dew Point: 55.6° F
Winds from the WSW at 2.9 mph gusting to 4.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:07 AM
Sunset: 7:04 PM
Weather reported from Uluko, Lihue, HI (KHILIHUE5)
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