You begin the hike on a road bordered by Taro plants, Banana and Macadamia Nut trees. Walk further and you will enter a forest of Kukui trees. You will also find Sisal, night-blooming Cereus and Banyan trees lining up the way. After a leveled walk, you will need to ascend some 460 feet in less than a quarter mile and follow the trail as it goes right. The trail follows the stream till it reaches the first swinging bridge and with few more steps added, you will reach the second bridge. Carry on till you make a short climb up a hill. You will soon start enjoying the magnificent views of the West Maui Mountains.
The trail becomes narrower from here as it ascends and enters into a tropical forest. Pass under a canopy of Avocado trees till you cross another stream. From here take the left path and climb a few rock steps to enter a dense forest of Hau trees. Within quarter of a mile, you will reach the cascades, the small water falls and a 15-foot deep swimming hole.
Weather Report for Wailuku, HI
Temperature: 66.6° F
Relative Humidity: 95%
Dew Point: 65.1° F
Winds from the North at -9999.0 mph gusting to -999.0 mph
Sunrise: 5:56 AM
Sunset: 6:50 PM
Weather reported from Pikai Way, Kihei, HI (KHIKIHEI18)
Weather information provided by Weather Underground. Current as of 4/30/2017 4:58 AM
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