The trail begins across the street of the Mid-Pacific Golf Course. The rich vegetation along the trail can be useful, but remember that some of the trees might not be strong enough to support your weight. Walk for about 100 yards up the dusty red path and you will find the trail opening up, giving first glimpse of the Mokulua and the Lanikai to the south-east and the Kaneohe to the North. The trail then rises steeply up, and you will have to carefully navigate the boulders and the rocks.
After a somewhat long climb, you will come across a junction. Both will take you to the next plateau, but the right path is safer. A steep walk through a rock-strewn path and a descend later will bring you to the World War II era pill box bunkers, which were built to protect the shoreline in case of attacks. The second pill box bunker is often used by hikers to get a 360 degree view of the island. Finally, you can take the return trip safely by walking back onto the main trail.
Weather Report for Kailua, HI
Temperature: 73.6° F
Relative Humidity: 78%
Dew Point: 66.4° F
Winds from the SE at 0.2 mph gusting to 2.5 mph
Last Hour: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:02 AM
Sunset: 6:54 PM
Weather reported from Jack's House Manoa, Honolulu, HI (KHIHONOL111)
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