The trail starts at the end of Hwy 56 and after two miles and a couple of hours of hiking, you will reach the Hanakapi'ai Beach. After a stop here, the trail gets steeper and you have to a climb nearly 800 feet in the next two-miles before you enter the Hoolulu Valley. The trail crosses the Hono O Na Pali Natural Area Reserve through the valleys of Hoolulu and Waiahuakua. You have to climb out of the Hoolulu valley and step into Hanakoa Valley, then cross the Hanakoa stream. Before you cross the Hanakoa stream, another long stretch of trek spanning 4 miles on the narrow cliff edge needs to be completed before making a final descent. A few more steps in the valley and you would reach the Kalalau Beach. Explore the valley and its taro fields before winding up your trek at a swimming hole.
Weather Report for Hanalei, HI
Temperature: 63.5° F
Relative Humidity: 72%
Dew Point: 54.0° F
Winds from the North at 2.8 mph gusting to 5.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:06 AM
Sunset: 7:04 PM
Weather reported from Koloa Estates, Koloa, HI (KHIKOLOA5)
Weather information provided by Weather Underground. Current as of 4/30/2017 4:59 AM
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