Stair to Heaven is not far!


Image courtesy of Mark Payton

Wars constantly leave after hollow monuments that aid as cues of tough times. Though ghostly by the memoirs of battle and frequently death, these uninhibited constructions sometimes merge with their usual environs, expressing wonderful sceneries of poetic scopes. One such residence is the Haʻikū Stairs commonly recognized as the Stairway to Heaven. One can make 3,922-step climb on to one of the most vibrant and spectacular natural backdrops on Earth. The chief stages inaugurate in the Vale of Haiku which is near Kaneohe.


Image courtesy of Michael Keany


Image courtesy of Ken Tam


Image courtesy of Ken Tam


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