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Mokuleia Crag

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About Mokuleia Crag:

The area has been reopened. As of January 25, 2015, the Moke has been reopened. Access at this area is fragile, and the area is only open conditionally. The State requires that climbers exercise good stewardship in order for our access to remain. Please note the following rules: - Dogs and alcoholic beverages are prohibited by law at the Moke, on the approach, and in the parking lot. - No fires - Do not deface the cliff - No amplified music In addition, please show the state we are good stewards of the land by following the following guidelines: - Treat other users with respect - Help clean up chalk and tick marks - Identify and report safety hazards - Stay on established trails - Dispose of human waste appropriately and pack out toilet paper - Keep a low profile by minimizing noise - Pack out all gear, rubbish, and practice leave no trace ethics
Nearest town or city: Mokuleia
Directions: Head out to the North Shore via H-2. Follow the signs past Wailua Town west towards Kaena Point on Farrington Highway. You'll pass Dillingham Airfield (skydive and glider port) and soon you'll come upon the YMCA Camp Erdman facility. Immediately past the camp, there will be a shoulder on the left side to park. Trail has become slightly overgrown, but its there. Somewhat strenuous hike up 20-40 min based on your fitness. Trail does become obscure in some areas, but keep eye out for flagging. Free camping is available on the beach across the street. CAUTION: there have been numerous break-ins in the past. Do not keep valuables in your car.
Latitude, Longitude: 21.57841, -158.22874
Access Issues: The land is owned by the state and free to use by all personal. Do not start a camp fire at the climbing site. If you do such someone will likely call the fire department. Additionally, doing so could start a forest fire. If you decide to climb up at the wall at night please do your best to avoid flashing lights down towards the bottom of the mountain. It is possible the fire department will be called to rescue you if you flash your headlamp down the mountain because someone may think you are signaling for help.

It is illegal to bring dogs into Mokuleia State park (service animals exempt). This crag resides in the state park. The police department will issue you a citation if you are caught.

Camping: Free
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer Winter
Quantity of Climbs: Week

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Forum Discussions (9 posts)

  Subject Author Replies Last Post
With Replies a USnavy 7 Jan 30 2015, 9:04 PM
With Replies Climb Route Closed - Mokuleia - Sharktopus 3 Oct 29 2012, 6:09 PM
With Replies Moke description whitejw 3 Jun 11 2012, 5:03 PM
With Replies Looking to climb! phishin_leb 1 Apr 17 2012, 1:17 AM
No Replies climbing partner erinakabucky 0 Jan 16 2012, 7:00 AM
No Replies first time outside kulawhatwhat 0 Jun 08 2009, 10:59 PM
No Replies Found an orange Mad Rock shoe stpierm1 0 Nov 28 2008, 7:53 PM
No Replies Great Crag DerekKiehn 0 Apr 14 2008, 12:19 AM
With Replies Who climbs out here? USnavy 7 Sep 14 2008, 9:11 PM