This is a fairly popular cliff jumping area for tourists on the Big Island. The is typically a group of jumpers here or some will come at some point while you are there if the swell isn't too big. Tour boats stop and take a look at the cliff as well.
Drive south from Kona on Alli Drive for about 7 miles until you get past the golf course and take a right to stay on Alli Drive. Continue a couple hundred feet until the road dead ends and hop out and follow the trail to the left. Walk for about 5 minutes until you come to the obvious cliff jumping cave.
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Rip Hide DWS 5.10c V1-2 Hawaii : End Of The World (Deep Wate...
Named Rip Hide because it was sent when swell was big and it sliced through my hands and feet when I tried it first without tape. Because it is a DWS route I am giving a detailed beta filled description that for some would ruin the onsight.Traverse in from the left or climb from the water into the central cove big enough to stand in the mouth of it. From the cove traverse up and further right to the main wide crack in the roof. This section of the roof is surprisingly easy with huge jugs elbo...[more] Browse More Classics in Hawaii