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Diamond Head Crater

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About Diamond Head Crater

Elevation: 762′
Diameter: roughly 3,520 feet
Age of rock: 200,000 years

Diamond Head Crater: Majestic Heights and Panoramic Horizons.

Diamond Head Crater, an iconic volcanic landmark on the island of Oahu, boasts majestic heights and panoramic horizons that captivate visitors from around the world. Formed over 300,000 years ago, this extinct volcanic cone stands as a symbol of Hawaii’s geological history and offers a unique vantage point for those seeking breathtaking views of the island. As visitors ascend the scenic trail to the summit, they are treated to a combination of lush landscapes, coastal vistas, and the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean, creating a visual feast that showcases the diverse beauty of Hawaii.

At the summit of Diamond Head Crater, travelers are rewarded with a 360-degree panorama that stretches from the azure waters of Waikiki to the verdant peaks of the Koolau Range. The historic Diamond Head State Monument not only provides an opportunity for outdoor adventure but also offers insights into the island’s volcanic past. Whether hiking enthusiasts seek a rewarding trek to the summit or visitors simply want to marvel at the natural wonders below, Diamond Head Crater stands as an enduring testament to the geological wonders that shape the landscapes of the Hawaiian Islands.

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