Start your trail from the right of the parking lot. Then you start ascending up the edge and at 0.5 mile the forest becomes dense. You need to climb further and at 1.5 miles, you would come out of the forest to an open picnic area. From here you will get to see the Keahua and the Kawi streams below.
The Nounou Mountain will fall to your east while the Makaeha Mountain Range falls to the north. Start heading east and you will descend into a tropical rainforest. The trail becomes narrow and you reach a footbridge over the Opaekaa Stream and the Moalepe Trail junction. Cross the bridge and a few more steps to your left lets you have a view of the Kapehua'ala peak.
Weather Report for Kapaa, HI
Temperature: 64.8° F
Relative Humidity: 67%
Dew Point: 53.6° F
Winds from the ENE at 6.0 mph gusting to 7.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:06 AM
Sunset: 7:03 PM
Weather reported from Waimea, Hi 96796, Waimea, HI (KHIWAIME3)
Weather information provided by Weather Underground. Current as of 4/30/2017 5:00 AM
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