Ka Lapa o Maua
Ka Lapa o Maua is also known as Paikō Ridge
Ka Lapa o Maua is one of the last undeveloped ridges in East Oʻahu. We believe there is a moku boundary wall present,
and other imporant cultural sites, native plants, and, of course, the natural beauty of Ka Lapa o Maua.
The moku boundary wall runs from the base of the ridge to the Koʻolau range.
What is a Moku Boundary Wall?
Click on the picture above to hear Cultural Practioner, Shad Kane,
explain a Moku Boundary Wall.
How were the pohaku quarried?
Click on the picture above to hear Archeologist, Regina Hilo,
explain how she believes it was done at Ka Lapa o Maua.