GoPro cameras are high up on the list of things we love here at SunnyScope, most notably for their ability to bring the remote world to a larger audience, and showcase what’s worth preserving. Because of the GoPro’s incredible versatility, hardly any outdoor activity that remains hasn’t been filmed, and viewers are being treated to perspectives they may have never seen without it. We found a terrific example of just that with this GoPro video that was filmed on the left fork of Bear Claw Ridge in Waimanalo, Oahu, in the Hawaiian islands. This hike is not supplemented with ropes or even any kind of discernible trail, yet the bravehearted continue to make this climb, year after year. Survivors are treated to sweeping 360 degree vistas of the island, the brilliant azure seas, and the other various peaks on the island. Although the views are impressive, we’re glad to be on the other side of this GoPro footage!
Would you take on this challenging hike?
Image via ann-dabney