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An Illegal Waterslide in Hawaii Is Taking Over Instagram

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | August 08, 2016

An Illegal Waterslide in Hawaii Is Taking Over Instagram

Photo courtesy YouTube. 

Hawaii is becoming really well known for its tenuous hiking locations.

As we have previously noted, the Haiku Stairs have been causing problems for Oahu hikers for years and are in various states of closure. And now, there’s another famous — and illegal — hiking locale: the White Rad in the stunning Waipio Valley on the Big Island. 

As noted on Huffington Post, the valley is home to an illegal waterslide hidden within government and private property. 

The waterslide is a smaller but more intense version of Kauai’s totally legal (and super fun) lazy river tours that travels on an irrigation flume through the island's backcountry. 

READ MORE: How To Get Up Close To A Lava Flow in Hawaii  

If you are curious as to what this hike is like, check out this awe-inspiring YouTube video that demonstrates that the waterslide isn’t even the craziest part of this gorgeous — and dangerous — walk. 

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