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Kauai’s Napali Coast: How to Find the Wilderness Beyond the People-jam at the Kalalau Trail

By noreply@blogger.com (Trailblazer Hawaii) The northwest coast of Kauai—which is itself the most northwesterly of the major Hawaiian Islands—is roadless and wild, where knuckle-sets of 2,000-foot-high cliff heads greet the pounding Pacific. At road's end past Hanalei is the Kalalau Trail, beginning its rugged, 11-mile journey to the Kalalau Valley, a pilgrimage for pig-hunters, adventure…
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