August 21, 2017

Koai’a Tree Sanctuary/Kohala Forest-November 18, 2017 -RSVP needed!

The Kona Hiking Club will visit Koai'a Tree Sanctuary in Kohala on Saturday, November 18. The hike will… [more]

Koai’a Tree Sanctuary/Kohala Forest-November 18, 2017 -RSVP needed! Koai'a Tree Sanctuary/Kohala Forest-November 18, 2017 -RSVP needed!

Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 21, 2017-RSVP Now!

RSVP required by October 17 for this upcoming event on Saturday October 21-after Oct. 17 contact TNC… [more]

Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 21, 2017-RSVP Now! Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 21, 2017-RSVP Now!

Green Sand Beach-September 16, 2017

The Kona Hiking Club will hike to Green Sand Beach at South Point on Saturday, September 16. The hike… [more]

Green Sand Beach-September 16, 2017 Green Sand Beach-September 16, 2017

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]

Kona Hiking Club’s BITV (Big Island TV) Debut-dblclick photo+link to view Kona Hiking Club's BITV (Big Island TV) Debut-dblclick photo+link to view

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Green Sand Beach-September 16, 2017

The Kona Hiking Club will hike to Green Sand Beach at South Point on Saturday, September 16. The hike will be about 5 miles round trip over mostly level terrain. Hikers should be prepared for both hot and/or windy conditions and possibly rain. There is no shade on the trail. Each person should carry 2 liters of water. Also recommended are closed-toe shoes, sun protection, lunch, and a hiking stick. If ocean conditions permit, swimming may be an option at the lunch stop. However, there is no … [Read More...]

Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 21, 2017-RSVP Now!

RSVP required by October 17 for this upcoming event on Saturday October 21-after Oct. 17 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 21th, 2017 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...]

Koai’a Tree Sanctuary/Kohala Forest-November 18, 2017 -RSVP needed!

The Kona Hiking Club will visit Koai'a Tree Sanctuary in Kohala on Saturday, November 18. 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 a steep uphill/downhill walk in/along the stream bed. There will be an optional hike into the Kohala Forest. 150 years ago, instead of unending grassy pastures, a mesic (moist) forest blanketed the middle-elevation leeward slopes of Kohala Mountain. This unique … [Read More...]