Renegades, Risks and Rewards of the Napali Coast

The DLNR released this video entitled: Renegades, Risks and Rewards of the Napali Coast

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  1. Claire
    May 02, 21:17 Claire

    At 11:20 “as you can see, crossing…when it’s low like this is no big deal” But if you look in the background a hiker totally wipes out into the stream.

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  2. erob
    May 03, 22:21 erob

    Hanakapi’ai stream does not need a bridge. I understand the safety aspect but adding a bridge will only contribute to the destruction of natural beauty of the Kalalau trail by increasing the foot traffic and adding an element (e.g bridge) that is an unnatural “footprint”.
    I have hiked this trail several times when visiting my ohana and I use caution and common sense at all stream crossings and slippery, narrow pathways.
    Mahalo for listening. And mahalo for your efforts to remove the renegades and their trash from such a beautiful and sacred area. ~Aloha~

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  3. RJ
    May 12, 10:35 RJ

    They did not mention the cost of camping without a permit. What is the fine?

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    • Dacy Nottingham
      May 17, 05:55 Dacy Nottingham

      The fine amount can vary. The expensive part is the mandated court appearance. If you are not from the island and have a mandatory court date, the cost of travel to the island for a court date can be extremely expensive.

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