Our taxi driver took us to the "1 hour" to the top location...which proved to be just fine. He said we wouldn't miss much of that of the "1 hour and a half" location (at the very bottom). Thankful we had a cloudy day for the hike up...but that left us with a cloud-covered view once at the top. Be prepared for uneven stairs, some inclines/uneven surfaces, slippery stairs covered in moss, lack of a breeze at times...we brought 4 water bottles and easily used 3 on the way up! On our way down we took the entire "1 hour and a half" trip down into Windward. Was a little bummed out that we didn't get our "hiking certificate" due to them being closed (although we were there during their open hours). Had lunch at Scout's, easy walk from the bottom. Great hike, great lunch, great memories!
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