February 20, 2017

Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay-February 18, 2017–Must RSVP!

On Saturday, February 18, 2017, the Kona Hiking Club will visit the Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua… [more]

Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay-February 18, 2017–Must RSVP! Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay-February 18, 2017--Must RSVP!

Puako Boat Ramp north to Spencer Beach Park-March 18, 2017-RSVP for shuttle

The Kona Hiking Club will hike part of the Ala Kahakai Trail along the coast from Puako Boat Ramp north… [more]

Puako Boat Ramp north to Spencer Beach Park-March 18, 2017-RSVP for shuttle Puako Boat Ramp north to Spencer Beach Park-March 18, 2017-RSVP for shuttle

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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Puako Boat Ramp north to Spencer Beach Park-March 18, 2017-RSVP for shuttle

The Kona Hiking Club will hike part of the Ala Kahakai Trail along the coast from Puako Boat Ramp north to Spencer Beach Park on Saturday, March 18. The hike will be approximately 4 miles in length one way. Although the hike is considered moderately easy, we will be hiking at medium to low tide over wet coral/lava and across some exposed red dirt jeep trails. Also, we will be hiking the beaches past many major resorts. For more information about the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail: … [Read More...]

Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay-February 18, 2017–Must RSVP!

On Saturday, February 18, 2017, the Kona Hiking Club will visit the Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay. RSVP now, hike is limited to 20! The hike is about 4 mi. roundtrip in length with an additional 1-1/2 mi. oceanfront hike across raw pahoehoe lava for those who desire so. The trail drops approximately 1,300' from the trail head to the bay, so the return hike is obviously a long (hot) climb. For the primary portion of the hike, we will be on a jeep road which is part dirt and part … [Read More...]