Pololu Valley Lookout, Hawaii, Print by catherinesherman on Zazzle.
Large format poster printing from Zazzle
Situated on the northern coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, Pololū Valley is the most northern of the seven valleys of the Kohala Mountains. The name of the valley, which is in North Kohala, means long spear in Hawaiian. The Hawaiians grew taro plants on the valley floor. Pololū Valley has very high cliffs and a black sand beach.
On the northeastern coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, Waipio Valley is the largest and most southern of the seven valleys of the Kohala Mountains. The valley, which is on the Hamakua Coast, is a mile wide with 2,000-foot cliffs on either side and a gorgeous black sand beach. On the back of the card is Pololu Valley Lookout.