Air Photos #10 and #11: This is a view of the Lihue Depression which saw some of the greatest infilling by younger lavas following the eastern collapse of the island. One of the largest centers of activity was Kilohana lava shield, which can be seen at the left of these pictures in the middle distance. The town in the foreground is Wailua.
Air Photo #12: The flat-topped profile of the old Waialeale volcano (Mt. Waialeale) can be clearly seen in this view looking almost due west. The highest point on the island (also visible) is Kawaikini at 1,590 m (5170 ft).
From here you can continue on to Location 4 , or you can pick another point from the East Kauai Virtual Field Trip page.