Nualolo Trail write up in "The Sunday Times" (Sunday Edition of London's best selling newspaper "The Times")
Looking northeast from the Nualolo Trail
About 4 miles in length (one way), the challenging Nualolo trail loses over 1,500 feet in elevation as it winds itʻs way towards where the Nāpali Coast begins to dramatically crumble thousands of feet to the ocean below. Along the way the vegetation transforms from a wetter mixed mesic forest to dryland forest.
View of the world famous Nāpali Coast from Lolo Vista (at the end of the Nualolo Trail). Mount Makana and Keʻe Beach visible on the far horizon.
The Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau (IHVB) and County of Hawaii have partnered to launch the “Pono Pledge,” a new public information campaign aimed at educating and encouraging residents and visitors to be safe, responsible and respectful to each other and the environment while enjoying the bounty of the island of Hawaii.
Though designed with Hawaiʻi Island in mind, this pledge can apply to all of our beautiful Hawaiian islands:
I pledge to be pono (righteous) on the island of Hawai‘i.
I will mindfully seek wonder,
but not wander where I do not belong.
I will not defy death for breathtaking photos,
or venture beyond safety.
I will mālama (care for) land and sea,
and admire wildlife only from afar.
Molten lava will mesmerize me,
but I will not disrupt its flow.
I will not take what is not mine,
leaving lava rocks and sand as originally found.
I will heed ocean conditions,
never turning my back to the Pacific.
When rain falls ma uka (inland),
I will remain high above ground, out of rivers and streams.
I will embrace the island’s aloha spirit,
as it embraces me.
Lawe i ka maʻalea i kūʻonoʻono.
“Take Wisdom and Make it Deep.”
BBC Wildlife Magazine
Southern Living Magazine
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Hana Hou! Magazine
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Kauaʻi Hiking Tours guide Jeremiah Felsen explores Waimea Canyon State Park with Dr. Chris Brown on the popular Australian TV show "The Living Room"!
Professional traveler, blogger, and Instagramer Sarah Alexander takes on Kauaʻi with Kauaʻi Hiking Tours!
Kauaʻi Hiking Tours was thrilled to welcome professional blogger, Instagramer, and all around world traveler extraordinaire Sarah Alexander on our Kuilau Ridge Hike!
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Hiking the Kuilau Ridge Trail in Kaua’i, Hawaii
Jeremiah has been guiding for nearly 20 years throughout much of the United States and internationally. Originally from Silver Spring, MD , he has been enjoying island life for the past 15 years. He is the founder and lead guide for Kauai Hiking Tours.