The parking lot, just to the east of the Hyatt, was fairly easy to find, with directions from our guide book.
The trailhead, I believe, began near a signpost on the dirt road that leads back to the golf course. We started that way, and it was an interesting jungle-like walk, but not at all what I expected, so when it seemed we could get closer to the ocean by taking the trail back toward the parking lot, we did that, and then it became very obvious which trail fork to take to the cliffs.
It was very beautiful and not particularly crowded, although anyone ahead of you could be in your photo frame if you wanted to snap some photos in their direction. It was fun to watch the waves crash against the cliffs, and to walk down onto various ledges and coves, each with its own colors, and shoreline perspective.
The views off to the east can be considered somewhat tainted because of the golf course that is there. But the mountain behind it, and the coastline in front of it make it barely noticeable in pictures.
There are some tricky paths along the cliffs, but the option to double-back and go higher and further back from the cliff faces is always there, and makes it easy to continue further without too much risk.
Overall, this is a truly splendid hike, and another great, unique place to explore while in Kaua'i.
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