You begin the trail from the edge of the parking lot and head southeast. As you start the hike, you will pass an ancient Hawaiian Honokalani Cemetery and enter into an orchard of Hala trees. Pass the forest and come out on a land that evades the coast. The trail then crosses a deep sink hole which you can peep into to look for foamy waves. Descend through a small inlet creased with black-sand beach. You will find lava creased caves and black rock sea heaps nearby. Follow the black sand and lava rock trail embracing the rim of the beach and after crossing a little more than half mile, you will reach an open heap. Look for the Hamoa Valley to your right.
Now the trail makes you climb a little cliff and reach a flat ridge. Descend the ridge and cross the lava fields and keep on going till at 3 miles you reach a rock-spread beach. From here you can hike back or follow the dirt road before the country houses to the main highway leading to Hana.
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 4:49 AM
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