The end of the trail is probably the reason most people embark on this hike in the first place. It is a view like none other on the island, and you can often have it all to yourself for extended periods of time. Personally, I would have liked to have hung out up here for maybe an hour or two and just sort of soaked it all in, contemplated life or contemplated nothing. But I had to scamper after about fifteen minutes as the weather was turning. Anyway, as you can see, you get sweeping views of pretty much the entire mountain range formed by the old volcanic caldera, and can also see the bays and most of northern Moorea. It gets a little windy up here from time to time.