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Koolau begins at Kalawao at the west end and continuing east to Halawa Park, ending right before Honowewe on Molokai’s eastern shoreline.

Spanning this coastline are world’s tallest sea cliffs, towering 3,000 to 4,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean. By land the cliffs are visible from Palaau State Park and Kalaupapa National Historical Site, and boat and helicopter tours offer wonderful offshore views.

From 1866 to 1969 Kalaupapa National Historical Park housed Hawaii’s only settlement for those quarantined with Leprosy. The disease is no longer contagious and only a few remain at the settlement of homes and churches on the remote northern peninsula. A limited number of visitors with permits are allowed to hike into the park, while others choose to visit the nearby Molokai Museum and cultural center, or Kalaupapa Lookout.

Koolau holds important ecological sites like Mokumanu Islet Seabird Sanctuary and Heulo Islet Seabird Sanctuary. At Koolau’s eastern end, Halawa Valley is a scenic point of interest about an hour and a half from Molokai’s airport, and an hour from the main town of Kaunakakai and the island’s boat harbor.

There is no road connecting Koolau’s western end to the eastern end, and no residential developments.

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