The trail is well maintained, and has a number of visitors. You should follow a trail that cuts through the grove soon after you start from the trailhead. You will soon come across a quick flowing stream, which you should be able to cross with the help of some boulders across the stream. Keep hiking through the trail till you come across the next stream intersection. A large banyan tree should mark this area.
Follow the trail to the right and you will come across another crossing and then take a left. After walking uphill for sometime, follow the path away from the stream. After climbing some steep man-made steps, you will come across a viewpoint from where you can see Mount Olomana. Take the right trail after the next intersection, as a lot of hikers lose their way here.
Soon, you will come across the fall - a 20 foot cataract. Take the same path back, just mark your path well, as the return trail can get a bit confusing.
Weather Report for Kailua, HI
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