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Climbing Diamond Head

Discussion in 'US - Hawaii Timesharing' started by w.bob, Aug 12, 2005.

  1. w.bob

    w.bob Tug Review Crew: Rookie TUG Member

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    The last time I was on Oahu we climbed Diamond Head. At that time you needed a flashlight because there were a couple of dark stretches. I believe I read that lights were installed and you no longer need the flashlights. Can anyone confirm it? Thank you
     
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    We did the hike 2 years ago and there were lights installed. Two years before there weren't.
     
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    I was there a month ago. No flashlights necessary. Bring an extra bottle of water instead.
     
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    True, no flashlights needed. I second the take an extra bottle of water instead.
    I would also suggest going in early AM when it is much cooler and also less crowded at top. Views are great.
    Ken H.
     

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