Mokuleia crag is the largest maintained crag in Hawaii. The Moke was recently re-bolted and in the process a few sport routes became mixed. A few of the sport climbs are mixed. Mokuleia boasts over 55 distinct routes, ranging from 5.7 to 5.13c, and still has room to grow. Routes feature dihedrals, cracks, thin faces, overhangs, aretes and slab, and require no more than 12 draws (not counting anchor) for sport lead. The Mokuleia site also features a support box containing rugs, helmets, first aid, etc. and a stokes litter is stashed nearby for emergencies. Though a little out of date and missing information on newer routes, there is a small topo with route names and ratings inside the lid of the box, along with some friendly guidelines for climbers. Permanent anchors are set atop each route. The top of the wall is fragile, and climbers are asked not to go beyond the anchors (though there really isn't anywhere to go). Although there is no walk off, top-roping has been made easy with a system of nylon strings which run from each anchor down to a bamboo shaft at the bottom. Climbers who use the string system to set their top-rope without making a lead ascent should take care in properly attaching the string to their rope, and to resetting the string when leaving the route. With no afternoon direct sun, occasional winds and Hawaii's sudden weather changes, it's a good idea to bring a sweatshirt regardless of the weather at the bottom.