Why I will NOT Hike Puu Manamana Again
In this article, I go over everything I learned from the Pu'u Manamana trail – and why I'll never do it again. Because of the danger of the 2,000ft drops, I filmed very minimally & only at safe areas. I was lucky to be with good company. I also did not finish the entire trail.
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For us, it was getting late so we had to turn back. Either way, it was a blessing in disguise because where we turned around is just about as far as I would have wanted to go. While this hike was incredibly gorgeous & beautiful, the level of stress I had while crossing parts of the ridge line was excessive.
While I usually post videos of things to do in Hawaii & Hawaii hikes that I enjoy, I think it's also important to post videos of things you would NOT do again too. This is one of those things that I will definitely NOT do again. Hope you guys like the video!
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