Very pretty - on the west side it's drier and looks a little barren - on the west side it is greener.
These mountains are some to the most beautiful on the island. I know they haven't been in any movies, but you have to see them!!
This area is way off the beaten track. It is pleasant just to drive through or take some of the back roads off of Farrington Highway. As you head north of Makaha it opens up and is really breathtaking in its own way.
What an amazing and difficult hike. The Ka'ala Trail in the Waianae Mountain Range was a challenge but well worth it. Pack plenty of water and snacks/food to sustain you for the climb. At times it's more than hiking and actual climbing. You'll get to see many different types of vegetation from tall grass fields to guava tree forest to... More
Definitely hike the trail of Ka'ena Point State Park on the western most end of Oahu. I live in Kapolei, and I had been wanting to hike this for awhile. Go early in the morning because it is definitely hot and dry, so bring lots of water and sunblock too. Also, wear good waking shoes because it is a rocky... More
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