Hello all, my husband and I are coming to beautiful Molokai for the 2nd time, in August, and are determined to get down to Kalaupapa-- when we were there before (a few years ago in February) the trail was extremely wet and muddy and the flights were all full, so we never went. I have 2 questions: 1) while no one can predict the weather, I am wondering if the trail tends to be generally dry(er) in the summer?-- or is this just unpredictable at any time of year? 2) I have heard that the trail, while completely safe can be nerve wracking if one has a fear of heights. Is it "bad"? Of course this is subjective, but any comments would be appreciated. We both love hiking but we also each have a "touch" of nervousness about looking straight down from a high/ steep angle. Mahalo.