Sep 29, 2012 · 9:00 AM
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This hike follows the stream to the back of Makaleha Valley where there are several waterfalls, one that is good for swimming. Not a long hike distance-wise but it might take 4 hours or so round trip. I suggest wearing tabis or something you are comfortable wearing wet that won't slip on rocks. No real climbing but you will use your arms for support in many places. NOT AN EASY HIKE, but not real difficult. There are mosquitoes so bring repellent if they bother you. Plastic bags for cameras, phones, etc. are suggested in case you slip in the water or drop your pack. The trail starts at the water tanks at the end of Kahuna Rd. We can carpool from the Bonfire spot at Kealia.