Koai’a Tree Sanctuary in Kohala-November 21, 2015 -RSVP needed!
The Kona Hiking Club will visit Koai'a Tree Sanctuary in Kohala on Saturday, November 21. The hike will… [more]
Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 17, 2015-RSVP Now!
RSVP required by October 10 for this upcoming event on Saturday October 17-after Oct. 10 contact TNC… [more]
Kona Hiking Club T-shirts Available for purchase now!
Below are the 7 remaining Kona Hiking Club Logo T-shirts available for purchase . Please call me to purchase… [more]
Kona Hiking Club’s BITV (Big Island TV) Debut-dblclick photo+link to view
From Big Island TV interview and on site filming on March 15, 2014 hike at Kohana`iki. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzx18C5ZWvK0dmN6MFQzOG9lRTlhRjJ2Tjh6bFExUUU1R0ZZ/edit?usp=sharing… [more]
Below are the 7 remaining Kona Hiking Club Logo T-shirts available for purchase . Please call me to purchase yours now. Kathleen @ 557-9246 The T-shirts remaining below will be available at all the Kona Hiking Club hikes and events until sold out. Your purchase will help fund the Kona Hiking Club operating costs. Thank you. Below are the Creative Arts T-shirts still available, so please let me know the style and size you want: T-shirt Models: Ken … [Read More...]
RSVP required by October 10 for this upcoming event on Saturday October 17-after Oct. 10 contact TNC directly: Hope you can join us. Kona Hiking Club is partnering with The Nature Conservancy for Ka Loko o Kīholo Restoration Work Day on Saturday, October 17th, 2015 for our annual Kona Hiking Club service project from 9:00am – 2:00pm This is a special opportunity to access an area closed to the general public. Swimming is allowed in the beautiful ponds after the project for those who want … [Read More...]
The Kona Hiking Club will visit Koai'a Tree Sanctuary in Kohala on Saturday, November 21. The hike will be about 3 miles round trip, over hilly and uneven terrain. Part of the hike will be a 3/4 mile nature trail and the rest an uphill/downhill walk in/along the stream bed. 150 years ago, instead of unending grassy pastures, a mesic (moist) forest blanketed the middle-elevation leeward slopes of Kohala Mountain. This unique koaiʻa-mamane-naio-ʻiliahi forest once covered more than 40,000 … [Read More...]