We hiked this trail after going on the Road to Hana and it was one of the highlights of our day!
A few tips...
1. Wear the right shoes - it is a moderate hike that is full of rocks and mud...sandals won’t do you much good.
2. Bring water - it is very humid on the trail.
3. Go all the way to the end - it’s worth it!
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