From the parking lot, take the paved path that curves towards the crater. The trail is unmarked, so you need to be careful not to miss the steep and narrow dirt trail to the right. The trail begins to get progressively steeper.
Roughly halfway up the crater you will find a 15 foot deep gully. Though this does not pose too much of a danger, you could be seriously hurt if you misstep. Pauu Mai is the true summit of the crater, which is marked by a concrete powerhouse. The spot offers a unique vantage point from where you can get a breathtaking view of the Hanauma Bay.
Weather Report for Honolulu, HI
Temperature: 63.0° F
Relative Humidity: 97%
Dew Point: 62.0° F
Winds from the South at 3.0 mph gusting to 4.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.06"
Sunrise: 6:00 AM
Sunset: 6:55 PM
Weather reported from Kailua Beach, Kailua, HI (KHIKAILU58)
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