The trail starts from the rim of the parking lot from where you have to cross a stream to enter a forest of guava trees and grasses. You start ascending the stone steps before it levels up. Pass through the green level land and start climbing again. There are certain points in Oheo Gulch with smaller cascades and pools. At 0.5 miles you will reach a marked lookout to the Makahiku Falls.
There is a gate at 1.5 miles from the falls which you need to cross to come near a giant banyan tree straight ahead. Continue the trail as it widens up and at 0.2 mile you will find a spur trail to your right. Take the trail that leads you through a rocky path to foamy cascades. Carry on along the stream and look for small cascades and pools to your right. Then you have to cross two bridges and at 0.8 miles from the big falls after crossing the second bridge, you will enter a bamboo forest. Follow wood pathways to enter further into the forest. Cross a stream before you find the Waimoku Falls with a huge pool ahead.
Weather Report for Hana, HI
Temperature: 67.8° F
Relative Humidity: 91%
Dew Point: 65.1° F
Winds from the North at -9999.0 mph gusting to -999.0 mph
Sunrise: 5:54 AM
Sunset: 6:48 PM
Weather reported from Wailea Alanui Drive, Kihei, HI (KHIKIHEI17)
Weather information provided by Weather Underground. Current as of 4/30/2017 4:51 AM
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