Above the misty valley of Manoa, we climbed up the Wa’ahila Ridge Trail, more commonly known as Mt. Olympus.
It’s a short four hour round-trip hike, easy to find, with rewarding views. This was the scene an hour into the hike.
Then, with the clouds rolling by and a slight rain passing in and out, we saw rainbows in the valleys and mist rising.
Thirty minutes after our first stop, we were high above the city. A slight rain cloud passed by, but then the sun came out afterwards.
By this point, it was time to climb back down. We went to the first viewing area and climbed the famous Mt. Olympus Ohia Tree.
It doesn’t look like it, but below this tree is a hundred foot cliff. You have to put a lot of trust in this tree.
More Oahu Guides Here:
These are my other guides for Oahu:
Ultimate Guide to Oahu: Best Things to Do on Oahu – Complete Bucket List
Best Hikes: The Best Hikes on Oahu
Best Beaches: Top 5 Beaches in Waikiki
Where to Stay: Best Areas to Stay on Oahu, Hawaii – Your Travel Guide