At the precipice of Mount Waialeale, which in Native Hawaiian means “rippling water” or “overflowing water,” it might look foreboding, where its numerous waterfalls spill down into the canyon, hikers can embark on a dangerous five-mile hike that leads to an area known as the Blue Hole. A deep canyon found at the base of the Weeping Wall on the mountain’s east side in central Kauai.
I am looking for other hikers to join me on this venture for this will be my first attempt. Together we will first need to embark on a muddy, dusty road, navigate thru faint trails as it stretches through heavy jungle, where flash flooding can occur. There are several miles of rock hopping along streams as we can take a dip in icy ponds surrounded by the waterfalls thousands of feet high on our way to the mystic Blue Hole.
Only experienced hikers with proper equipment should attempt the Blue Hole hike. This hike is for the ages and not to be missed in your lifetime. More Information coming in January 2017 with exact dates and time. This coincide with the Kalalau trail hike during the same week.
DISCLAIMER NOTICE: RELEASE OF LIABILITY.
The Organizers are volunteers, we are not paid hiking guides. Each person who participates accept responsibility for making their own determination and for their own safety, conduct and well being; recognizes that possible hazards when attending outdoor activities and agrees to participate solely at their own risk.
Remember the golden rule of hiking: Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints.