Koko Crater Trail (also referred to as "Koko Crater Stairs", "Koko Head Stairs", "Koko Stairs of Doom", or "Pu'u Mai Trail" Stairs) leads to the Pu'u Mai Summit of Kohelepelepe which offers one of the most panoramic views of the Maunalua region in East Honolulu. This trail once boasted approximately 1,048 cross-ties or "stairs" that lead adventurous hikers up a 0.4 mile intensely rigorous incline for an elevation gain of about 1,100 heart-pounding & lung-pumping feet. Sadly, due to the passage of time, exposure to the elements, and benign neglect from lack of maintenance those 1,000+ 'Stairs' now only include about 800 stairs that are in various states of decline. With each passing storm and intense rainfall the integrity of the Stairs will only continue to worsen.