There are several stream crossings along the Kalalau Trail. These water crossings can be a great place to take a break, fill water containers and canteens or even cool off by taking a dip. While most of the time the streams are a blessing, they, like most other things, can have their negative side. During or following a big storm, these streams can swell up and become raging rivers. They aren’t the harmless oasises that they usually are, but rather they become dangerous, sucking torrents of water that can injure or imperil hikers.
Crawler’s Ledge is one of the most feared parts of the Kalalau Trail. I imagine it has kept many would-be hikers away over the years. I have a slight fear of heights myself but honestly have never found Crawler’s Ledge hard to cross. I think the reasons that it isn’t hard to cross are:
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Carla Herreria wrote a recent article for the Huffington Post about the Kalalau Trail. She appropriately titled the article: The Kalalau Trail Is Hands Down The Most Incredible Hike In America.
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