Monday, August 30, 2010

Kaena Point

Ka`ena or Kaena Point is the westernmost tip of land on the island of Oahu. The point can be reached by foot from both the south (Waianae Coast) and the north (Mokulēia) coastlines; walking in from the north side is recommended. An unimproved track extends some 3 mi along the coast from the end of the paved road on the north side, where a gate prevents entry of all except authorized vehicles.This is a long and notoriously hot hike, so bring plenty of sunscreen and water. The trail from the west side is often washed out.

The Ka'ena Point Trail from Matthew Tanaka on Vimeo.
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