We had a couple of hours before needing to leave for the airport and so headed here, within 30 minutes of the town. It's about 3 to 4 hours round trip but we had only 2 so got halfway, but it was worhtwhile. You get views of the hills plunging to the sea, waterfalls plunging down the hills in the distance, walks though forest, and see the backside of the Iao park, which is an incredible site. The trail starts at about 1000 ft elevation, which is a nice head start. The paved path at the start is steep, but the dirt trail after that is much less so. It's muddy, so use a stick, and at points the path is a little frightening, with near vertical drops along it. If you go slow there, you'll be safe. There weren't too many people. A great hike. Bring you own water as there is none.
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