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The view from here is breathtaking. If you don’t want to fly or do the boat ride, this is the best you can do but an excellent view nonetheless. The majesty of the terrain with the coast as a backdrop is a view of a...More
We stopped here after hiking most of the day and saw only clouds. Came back a few days later to amazing view. The sun was not yet lighting up both sides of the mountains so a bit dark but still incredible. Go early in morning...More
This place was just average. Some beautiful views but TONS of people trying to see the same thing. We stopped here in hopes to find a ridge top trail but were surely disappointed. However off in the most right corner of the fenced in area...More
Made it to the end of the road, but could not see the ocean. Bummer, hope to catch the amazing view next trip out.
The last time we went, we could see everything, the mountains, the vast blue ocean, it was truly an amazing view....More
Perfect day with unlimited visibility! Absolutely stunning view into Na’pali coast.
Been here several times and weather did not cooperate. Well worth the time with spectacular view. Only couples miles from Pu’Uokila lookout one of the wettest places on earth. Easy access to all.
This is just a quick car stop for pictures while you’re exploring the area!
If it’s a cloudy day you’re not going to see much. But if it’s bright and sunny you may have to hold back your, “WOW” as it is beautiful!
We drove up from the canyon lookout and were so glad we did. We were treated to a magnificent view. The Na Pali coast line with every shade of greenery and the Pacific Ocean blues. We were here early and missed the clouds. Made for...More
Place is incredible and it is a must on the trip, before you will pass a canyon that is amazing as well but the views that are awaiting in lookout for you will take your breath away -overlooking incredible NaPali coast is like looking into...More
When we arrived in the morning, it was pouring and completely cloud/fog covered. We’d done our research and knew we could wait it out and see if the clouds lifted. Sure enough, around 10 am, the clouds suddenly moved and it was all blue sky....More
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Yes it is. We were to do it in December 2017, but forecast had said rain. We drove to the North shore to do beaches instead and it didn't rain till afternoon, but it was too late for us to do to the beach at the 2 mile... More
Yes it is. We were to do it in December 2017, but forecast had said rain. We drove to the North shore to do beaches instead and it didn't rain till afternoon, but it was too late for us to do to the beach at the 2 mile mark because it was late am and we only had sandals when we thought maybe we'd try a bit of it. Then we discovered there are huge boulders starting out for quite a distance and figured if it were to rain and we had to head back early then it would be very treacherous. I don't know if the trail is still open to hike since the flooding in spring 2018 wiped out the roads after hanalei bay towards the trail. I was there in June 2018 and only locals could go past hanalei bay. Single road highway up to there. The lookout I got to see was from the other side by Kokee and Waimea canyon.