Rain on Pu’u Kukui

Rain on Pu'u Kukui

Pu’u Kukui (Hawaiian: “Candlenut Hill”) is a mountain peak in Maui county, western Maui island, Hawaii, United States. With 1,764-meter (5,787 feet), it is the highest peak of Mauna Kahalawai (the West Maui Mountains). The peak was formed by a volcano whose caldera eroded into what is now Ī’ao Valley.

With Average annual rainfall of 9293 mm (365.87 in), it is one of the wettest spots on Earth.

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