Ka’au Crater is located deep in Palolo Valley. The hike begins with stream crossings in the valley before climbing along waterfalls as you ascend to Ka’au Crater.
I was on my way to St. Patrick’s day block party in Nuuanu when I realized that I’ve never explored downtown Honolulu. I had time to kill so I decided to walk around a few blocks to do some scouting.
Short photo hike just south of Laie.
One last hike with Christi before she left for the mainland. Once we reached the crater ridge, we traversed to the peak and went down the stairs.
Statehood Day hike up the Pali. Once we reached the peak, we sang the Happy Birthday song to the 3 members of this hike born in August. Unfortunately, it was cloudy at the peak so we didn’t have a nice background view with this group photo. But it gave us an excuse to climb it [...]
Hanauma Bay is the largest old vents of Koko Head. Koko Crater in the background dwarfs Koko Head by over 500 feet.
Friends climb the Koko Head stairway to play Jenga. Sparked by an after thought during a dinner party, the idea of playing Jenga on top of Koko Head became a reality because we can. We also wanted to be the first ever Jenga freaks who played a game on top of Koko Head. Watch the [...]
The trail starts across the street from Makapuu view point and runs along the mountain ridge behind Sea Life Park. A special mahalos to Kyle for inviting me to this hike, and to Chad for being the big group’s trail guide.