Posted in Editor's Blog
By Richard Melendez, Digital Editor
(photo courtesy DLNR)
On September 21, 2018, DLNR Department of Forestry & Wildlife closed the popular Mānoa Falls Trail to the public until further notice due to a landslide, because of safety concerns. State officials would be doing assessments to determine how bad the situation was.
Still, in just the few days since the trail has been closed, three people have already been cited for sneaking onto the trail, despite the barriers and posted warnings.
The closure of Mānoa Falls brings to mind another beautiful hike into a lush valley, Sacred Falls, on the Windward ...