As you approach mile marker 7 along the Hana Highway you'll find some Painted Bark Eucalyptus trees makai (toward the ocean) in a small grove. These trees have a unique bark that appears to have been hand-painted shades of red, purple and green. This location is not really a stop per se, as there really isn't much room to pull over. You can also get a glimpse of these trees at Ke'anae Arboretum, one of the stops that will come later in your journey.

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Article Edited/Contributed by: John Derrick

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