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... the center of it, so there was a giant hole in the top and a giant rock in the middle. As the tide would pull in and out, our kayaks would raise and sink with it. About 3 miles past the cave, we reached the beach where we stopped for lunch. This marked 11 miles of our trip. We only stayed on the beach for about an hour before heading back out. The current and waves were still against us, but it was easier than before. The last 7 miles weren't ...
To get to the beach, we drove down an incredibly rocky, bumpy path for a long time. When we got there, the sand was very fine and white and incredibly hot. The shore was at a steep angle, so the waves had no where to break, making the waves incredibly rough a the shore. It was fun to ride the waves ...
... on. It rained on and off til around 8 a.m. We got up, ate breakfast and headed out. We got to the trail around 10:45. We had to park WAY down from the trailhead. It seems that the beach and the trail lures a great number of people who tend to arrive before we did, so we had to park a ways away and walk 10-15 minutes to the Kalalau trailhead.
It was 2 miles to the Hanakapi'ai Beach. The climb went up and then down to the beach. We continued onto the Hanakapi'ai ...
... was breathtaking. The scenery was amazing; cows, horses, and trees littered the hillsides. Looking down at Waimea and the coast from atop reminded me of the views from back home coming down the Beartooth Pass. We made our way to Hapuna Beach where we met Sam and Chris. Chris and I had a hay-day with the waves at Hapuna! The waves break heavy right on the beach, making for some great body surfing/body boarding. It felt good to ...
... We also learned these guys did the Nepali Coast hike (11.2 miles along the cliffs). Very adventuresome kids. Our guides took us to the first launching tower, where the young folks graciously allowed us to go up the tower first. We didn't catch on that that meant we were the first to jump. Lesson learned!!
The first zip line was a short one just to get our confidence up. Sheila (damn her) got up on the platform and ...
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