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Technical rock climbing is inherently dangerous. The information presented on this website is for informational purposes only. Any person referring to this website in any manner is personally responsible for using their own good judgment and common sense as well as learning the proper techniques before climbing anywhere in Hawaii. Furthermore, it is strongly recommended that every climber seek instruction by a qualified professional before climbing anywhere in Hawaii. You are responsible for knowing and respecting your own abilities, capabilities, and limitations while climbing anywhere in Hawaii. Never assume that any established climbing route in Hawaii is entirely safe and assume that cliff areas with no established routes are entirely unsafe. The established routes in Hawaii are generally clean of loose rock, however you must be aware that conditions change due to time and use of the routes by others. Furthermore, weather events such as heavy rain in particular, can loosen rock that was previously thought to be stable and solid. Always know the maintenance and use history of your equipment and destroy retired gear to prevent future use. The use of secondhand equipment is strongly discouraged. You are responsible for your own actions and decisions. Failure to follow these warnings can result in severe injury or death.