Aside from China’s Great Wall ,there exist another wall that is mind-bugging and stunningly beautiful, the Wall of Tears. This Magnificent Creation can be found in Hawaii. To put it simply, it’s a mountainside with water flowing down that make it seemed like the mountain is crying. Are you curious about this naturally occurring piece of beauty?
The Wall of Tears is a beautiful natural formation where a mountainside posesses so many waterfalls that would really depict the mountain as crying. One of the main reasons why it seemed like the mountainside is shedding tears is due to the clearly vertical path that the waterfalls follow down the sides of the mountain .
The Wall of Tears could be found on the side of Mount Waialeale in Hawaii. This Mountain is the second highest peak on the Kauai Island of the Hawaiian Islands. And take note, Mount Waialeale is considered as one of the wettest places on Earth.
The Formation of Wall of Tears
The nature of being the wettest locations of Mount Waialeale on the planet is the reason for the formation of the Wall of Tears. The infamous mountain is approximately reaches 5,000 feet tall and located in the northernmost part of the northernmost island in Hawaii.
In Addition, Mount Waialeale posesses a very unique shape. It is rounded and at the same time conical in shape. This unique feat is the reason why the mountain is able to receive rainfall almost throughout the year. The shape traps warm winds and moisture laden winds, and pushes them upwards on its slopes.
As the winds travel to the summit of the mountain, these wind turn cold which transforms the moisture ending up in the formation of rain. The location of Mount Waialeale also plays a vital part in its making it as one of the wettest places in the world.
Due to its unique location, Mount Waialeale is usually the first to bear the brunt of frontal systems and trade winds. Frontal systems refers to the changing climatic conditions such as temperature, wind pressure, and moisture content of wind between two regions, while trade winds almost always contains moisture.