You can start your trail with a walk on the beach to the north. After reaching 3.4-mile mark, take a left to reach the 3000 feet wide loop reef area called Queen's Pond. You can take a dip here and settle on the north end of the beach for camping. Walk past the campsites towards the Polihale Cliff where you will find the remains of an ancient temple at the base of the cliff. This brings you to the end of the trail. But don't fail to notice the warning signs while you enjoy the beach. In winter the seas become violent and very dangerous to swim. Even the Queen's Pond is not suitable for swimming in winter.
Weather Report for Kekaha, HI
Temperature: 57.1° F
Relative Humidity: 95%
Dew Point: 56.0° F
Winds from the South at 0.0 mph gusting to 2.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.00"
Sunrise: 6:07 AM
Sunset: 7:05 PM
Weather reported from Connie's Pet Sitting - Kalihiwai Ridge, Kilauea, HI (KHIKILAU4)
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