Kalepa Ridge Trail 2013
End of the Kalepa Ridge Trail, you get down on you hands and knees to peer over this ledge which drops thousands of feet below to the ocean. The beach below is the jewel of beaches on Kauai at the end of the Nepali Coast trail, considered one of the most pristine in the Hawaiian Islands. We laid there and watched humpback whales playing just off shore.
Copyright: Gavin farrell
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 23/03/2013
Updated: 03/04/2013


Tags: napali; coast; kauai; hawaii; mountain; ocean
  • Richard Pecjak Jr over 1 year ago
    Dude you stand here and try not to shake...
  • Destination360 over 1 year ago
    is the soft image on purpose. Would be nice to see tack sharp.
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