By the time you finish reading this, the snow is already on the ground, but there’s still a few more days until the forecast calls for snow.
And we’ve got a lot to cover.
The snowfall forecast for Hawaii is so good that it’s already the snowiest state in the US, according to a new report by travel site Travel + Leisure.
It predicts that Hawaii will be at the top of the list for whitewash tourism by the end of the month.
We’re also the snowier of the three states.
We’re averaging a little less than a foot of snow per year on average.
That’s enough to make a snow-covered road appear like it was painted over.
We can’t wait for the rest of the year to get back to the winter months, though, and Hawaii is a perfect spot to start the process of getting back to normal.
If you’re headed to Hawaii, here’s what you should know before you leave:When you arrive in Hawaii, expect to be treated to some of the best whitewater in the country.
It’s a place where whitewater has been known to be wild and free.
It has some of those classic elements that make whitewater water exciting.
The whitewater itself is usually the highlight of any trip.
Hawaii has some gorgeous whitewater beaches, too.
Some of them are so stunning you’ll feel like you’re just stepping into a watery paradise.
We can’t stress how special and beautiful these are.
The state has some really incredible whitewater on its beaches, and it’s also one of the only places in the world where you can do this on land.
Hawaiian whitewater is a pretty popular sport, too, with some resorts having over 200 whitewater paddles on the island.
And if you want to get a bit more involved, the state has plenty of great whitewater parks, with great whitewashes and paddles to choose from.
You can even try whitewater rafting in some of these places.
We’ve got some of Hawaii’s best whitewashed beaches on this list, so make sure to check them out.
The best whitwater paddles in HawaiiThis list includes four of the most popular whitewater paddle spots in Hawaii.
You should also take a look at the whitewater surfers who can’t get enough of whitewater.
The islands are also home to some amazing whitewater pools, and there are some great whitwater rafting spots.
In fact, there are a few whitewater hot spots in the state.
There are a number of good ones along the Pacific Coast, including Oahu, Big Island, Maui, and Kona.
These are all great places to go if you have the time and inclination to go swimming, or just want to explore some of that beautiful white water.