Though not as giant as some of the different waterfalls on this record, Dave’s Falls isn’t any less impressive. Another plus is that the encompassing rocks make it easy to get close to the falls and splash around in their refreshing waters. At 102 miles, this waterfall loop can be accomplished in about 2.5 hours.
Shale is finely chunked, giving water a veil-like look as it falls down. Pe’e Pe’e Falls, which is 60 feet high, is fed by the Wailuku River. Getting close requires a short hike down a hill and a few rock skipping, in accordance with Hawaii Guide.
This is “a shocking waterfall and lush riparian community filled with waterbirch and purple osier dogwood bushes,” in accordance with the Bureau of Land Management. It stands out as a result of mix hanging, colorful, and narrow walls of Jump Creek Canyon, which surrounds the falls itself. The trail …Read More