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National Geographic recently posted an article by Maryellen Kennedy Duckett naming Kauai’s jaw-dropping views of the Na Pali Coast as one of the Best Trips of 2017. For those of you who have been there, this is not a
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. If you’re looking for the most epic hike in America,
The Kalalau Trail is mentioned all the time by different publications all over the world because of it’s amazing and sometimes scary views and features. Travelers Today recently published an article called “5 of America’s Most Adventurous Trails To Hike”
Hanakapi’ai Falls made FoxNews’ article on the World’s most amazing waterfalls. The Na Pali Coast’s Hanakapi’ai Falls was number 4 on the list. Here’s what they had to say about it: Located on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Hanakapi’ai Falls
Competitor.com recently published an article by Courtney Johnson that listed a trail to run in every state of the United States. The Kalalau Trail along the Na Pali Coast of Kauai was among those listed. Here’s what they had to
The Culture Trip recently published an article entitled: The World’s 12 Most Astonishing Coastlines
The Kalalau Trail has been listed on yet another top 10 list. This time on "10 American Hikes That Should Be On Your Bucket List". Here's what they had to say about the Kalalau Trail.
The finest coastal hike in the world, this rugged route through Kauai’s impressive Nā Pali Coast will challenge you physically with tropical heat and steep trails, and scare you with exposure on muddy slopes.
Fox News recently put out a list of the world's most amazing waterfalls. Hanakapi'ai Falls along the Kalalau Trail was among them. Here's what they wrote about Hanakapi'ai Falls: Located on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Hanakapi'ai Falls can be found deep in Hanakapi'ai Valley.
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: