Kalalau Trail

Hikers stand atop Red Hill - A windy, rocky, steep overlook near the end of the treacherous yet heavily-travelled 11-mile Kalalau Trail on Kauai's Napali Coast.

Copyright: Dave Tonnes
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 15000x7500
Taken: 27/07/2012
Uppladdad: 27/07/2012
Uppdaterad: 01/09/2014


Tags: kalalau; trail; napali; kauai; hawaii
  • Camilo Gaivoto almost 2 years ago
    Great 360! I was doing a little Google Earth reconnaissance recently for a family trip that I’m taking to Kauai in April and stumbled on to several of your 360s. This one is particularly striking – the colors, the light, the Nā Pali Coast – love it!
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