The spouting horn is a remnant of activity that has occurred intermittently between 500,000 and 3.6 million years ago.
By Bob Sillery (Editor)Posted 04.17.2002 at 3:27 pm 0 Comments
While vacationing in Hawaii, I enjoyed seeing the spouting horn on Kauai. Would you tell me how this natural wonder came to exist?
Thomas Rosendahl Westchester, Calif.
If you've stood on the natural ledge of black lava at Lawai Beach in Koloa in the southern portion of the island of Kauai, watching as waves crash against the rocks, are channeled underground, and finally spewed upward, you've seen a natural phenomenon that comes courtesy of ancient volcanic activity.