Lulumahu Waterfall - November 3, 2013
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.
Lulumahu Waterfall is just one of the many waterfalls in the Nu'uanu Pali area. We set our for our venture!
Wasn't long before we hit the paved road along with the Nu'uanu Reservoir.
Past the reservoir, theres a set of stairs followed by a fence.
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!
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.
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.
The water was cold and refreshing.
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.
From left to right: Teddy Barbosa, Justin Garo, Kyla Vida, Eleanor Udan, Me, Jon Q.
Then we left to Luakaha Waterfall.