Waipi Valley is undoubtedly the most enchanting place on the Great Island. Hawaiian myths keep watch over the speed of the Waipi's Valley, legendary ghosts of Kamehameha's long dead, and that the incredibly steep, incredibly beautiful valley has been revealed by a lively warrior in his club to show strength. While the geological explanation is more prosaic and of course much less colorful, it does not undermine the charm and seduction of Waipi's Valley. It's always among the most beautiful spots in Hawaii, this valley is as dazzlingly beautiful as being in a very difficult situation.
The steep canyons and green areas of the valley floor, A mile long black sandy beach and numerous huge waterfalls attracting visitors to the valley reveal the visitor but this can be a challenge.
There is a four-wheel drive jeep ride in the valley. Really (and I really want to say) I do not want to drive even in a four-wheel drive vehicle. The road is steeply steep (25% grade !!!), poorly wrapped, always narrow and winding, incredibly dangerous and tricky, misleading and inhabited local leaders who really do not want on the road. Really. Trips to the valley in vans, riding cars and ATVs can be booked in Honoka's city. Flying-wing aircraft and over-helicopter flights also offer delicious venues from which this wonderful Hawaiian piece can be seen. Perhaps the Waipi's Valley is the most appropriate way for the ancient Hawaiians to go straight down, then kneeling, panting, back. But if you try this tour, do not hit the numbers. The tour can lead to less than a thousand feet of climbing loss (and later gains for the run-off) and less than 2 miles of actual walking, but it feels much longer; Heavy, hot, dry, steep and yes, yes, did we talk hard? Really very hard; Nobody who is in a very good state of physics should try this excursion – it is better to pay for hiking or flying. But the views and the photos that make this difficult trip are worth the price of sweat and time. Tour to the valley approx. It takes half an hour. Let go twice to explore the valley floor and the beach and stay at least an hour. Be vigilant when walking on the road; Local leaders will not show you the way, and tour leaders are not just on the verge of losing control.
If you lie down in the valley, fresh water is not available, so buy a lot. When you reach the valley, the right road (towards the ocean) leads to the beach and a spectacular 300 meter waterfall. Here you can cross the tamarisk and the pine trees on the black sandy beach, bathe in the waterfall, or climb the ridge into the next valley. Be careful, swimming and windsurfing here only for professionals, due to the strong currents and the high waves. Do not attempt to move along the adjacent valleys of rocks – it may seem transparent, tempting, but is actually impossible and extremely dangerous.
At the intersection at the foot of the valley the road The jungle tunnel on the left is privately owned; You have to drive or go for a walk. Along the way, a number of huge, crazy waterfalls and landscapes on the back of the canyon are as if they did not see elsewhere on the ground. The Waipi Valley is a truly magical place.
There is no service under the Observation Platform in the Waipi & amp; o-valley. Hiking and camping in the valley are only allowed; There is a small bed-breakfast facility, but usually booked for several months in advance.
Nature and Human History: Geologist, Waipi & Pololu, and the other northern havens The valleys provide great evidence of the extremely long-term nature of the Hawaiian islands. On the top of the Waipa & # 39; o Valley, which the stream cuts, is less than half a million years old, indicating that the whole valley has since developed.
The openings on the sides of the Kohala volcano between Pololu, Waipi & valleys have evolved into major faults; Due to the upward and downward movement of relative movements, large blocks of stone fall down between faults, which means that geologists "seize" or flat-bottomed valleys. In relatively raised arrays, these grafts had erosion, which further reduced the grafts floor with secondary, steep-sided flows. At some points between 450,000 and 150,000 years ago, a large part of the northern side of the Kohala volcano broke and slipped into the sea, forming steep cliffs on the northern side of the island. The formation of grabens, subsequent flows and the northern part of the Kohala volcano is truncated with huge landslides in most parts of today's country, but the question arises: "Why are the valleys so wide And flat in the narrow, steep valley you normally expect a Small stream lerohanta "?
Although the streams continue to descend into the canyons' floor, there are two further geological processes: the Waipi & amp; o-valley landscape. Keep in mind that due to their enormous mass, the Hawaiian Islands slowly sink – or "descend" – into the hot, plastic rocks under the earth's crust. This sinking causes the bottom of the canyon to sink below the sea level and fill the sediment. Secondly, the Waipi's Valley mouth serves as a funnel for the tsunami, which leads to the valley and takes a huge amount of sediment and fills the valley. In fact, under the 1946 tsunami, the ocean was flooded 40 meters deep and half a mile from Waipi's. The filling of the valley in these two processes explains why the bottom of the valley is as wide and flat as the narrow steep slope that you can expect here. The Waipi Valley Valley's human history is all about the geological history of Mint. The Waipi was regarded as a great mana (power) and densely cultivated in pre-contact times. It was a favorite place at the meeting of the ruling Ali's, and many bosses whose land and their homes elsewhere on the island kept the royal homes in Waipi's Valley. Some historians estimate that Captain Cook during the time of a hundred thousand native Hawaii residents of Waipi & amp; # 39; o and the surrounding region. Waipi has been permanently resident in more than fifty generations; The native Hawaiian people believe that the power of the spirit of the ancestors is nowadays, and with the power of Honua and peace today the earth is soaked.
Kamehameha Great king was brought here safely as a baby. Many people interpreted when it was born that Baby Kamehameha was the fulfillment of ancient prophecies that imposed the coming of a great king who would destroy any other king and unite the island. This concept did not deal with many prevailing families and did not match the agenda or ideas of who would drive the Hawaiian people. Staying afraid of his life, the young Kamehameha's mother fled for the safety of relatives living in Waipi, and she was hiding in the jungle of infant when the royal delegates waged warriors.
The 1946 tsunami roughly cleansed Waipi's residents and more or less abandoned until the 1960s when counterculture types and native subsistence groups resumed. Today, the Waipi's Valley is a landmark of farmers, artists, windsurfers, pubs, hermits, dreamers, and others whose only common interest is to make sure everyone else is left out of Waipi's Valley .
Source by Donald MacGowan