This is Part II of our Kauai 2013 trip journal describing our trek across the Nu’alolo Cliff Trail and climbing the Awa’awapuhi Trail in Kauai’s Koke’e State Park. Hiking the Nu’alolo Cliff Trail & Awa’awapuhi Trail complete the ~12 mile loop from the Koke’e State Park Lodge & Museum which starts with the Nu’alolo Trail. The Nu’alolo Cliff Trail is roughly 2 miles long and links the Nu’alolo and Awa’awapuhi trails, while the Awa’awapuhi trail is spans roughly 4 miles when you account for venturing down to the lookout point then ascending back up the 1,600+ feet to return to the elevation you started your day. The entire loop is a solid day-hike with views that will knock your socks off! The lookout at the end of the Awa’awapuhi Trail which peers down into the vast Awa’awapuhi Valley will leave you reeling!