July 5, 2015

Punalu`u Black Sand Beach to Kawa Bay Hike-July 18, 2015

On Saturday, July 18, Kona Hiking club will hike from Punalu`u Black Sand Beach to Kawa Bay and then… [more]

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Kona Hiking Club T-shirts & BloqUV Available for purchase now!

Order BloqUV shirts now for best price! Below are the 11 remaining Kona Hiking Club Logo T-shirts available… [more]

Kona Hiking Club T-shirts & BloqUV Available for purchase now! Kona Hiking Club T-shirts & BloqUV Available for purchase now!

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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]

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Kona Hiking Club T-shirts & BloqUV Available for purchase now!

Order BloqUV shirts now for best price! Below are the 11 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. *For High Quality BloqUV options for those hikers that need extra skin protection see blue link below the Creative Arts … [Read More...]

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Punalu`u Black Sand Beach to Kawa Bay Hike-July 18, 2015

On Saturday, July 18, Kona Hiking club will hike from Punalu`u Black Sand Beach to Kawa Bay and then return back to Punalu`u.  Approximately 5 miles roundtrip. The jet black sand on the Punalu`u beach (true black, not gray or salt-and-pepper) was created when the molten lava from Kilauea Volcano flowed into the cool sea causing the lava to break apart into tiny fragments that later washed up on the beach. Plenty of coconut palm trees provide shade and places to relax and enjoy this beautiful … [Read More...]