Lulumahu Waterfall - November 3, 2013

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It's been a while since we've gone to see a waterfall and with the wet weather the last few days made the waterfall look amazing.

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Lulumahu Waterfall is just one of the many waterfalls in the Nu'uanu Pali area. We set our for our venture! 

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Wasn't long before we hit the paved road along with the Nu'uanu Reservoir.

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Past the reservoir, theres a set of stairs followed by a fence. 

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We crossed a stone wall and lead us to our first stream crossing. On this trail you'll encounter a handful of moderate stream crossings. Be careful that you don't slip! 

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Total hike is about 1-1.5 hours depending on how many breaks you take. A photo of a mini waterfall hinting us that Lulumahu Falls was right around the corner.

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The waterfall was beautiful. It's a very steep waterfall. From the bottom it may look like there is a pool between waterfall, but do not attempt to climb to it. I've attempted and ended up slipping down the mountain. Please be careful. 

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The water was cold and refreshing.

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The water was crystal clear, we spotted some big fish swimming around and a baby frog. We did not jump in the water though because this was just the beginning of our day.

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From left to right: Teddy Barbosa, Justin Garo, Kyla Vida, Eleanor Udan, Me, Jon Q.

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Then we left to Luakaha Waterfall. 


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