February 18, 2018

Pebble Beach to Old Fishing Village-December 17, 2011

pebble beachOn Saturday, December 17, 2011, the Kona Hiking Club will hike from Pebble Beach (Kaohe) to an old fishing village. On the way back to Pebble Beach we will hike to the top of a pu`u at the edge of the shoreline. This pu`u is refered to as Pig Pu`u by one resident.






We will hike 1 ½ miles along a shoreline trail to old fishing village for a total of 3 miles roundtrip. This hike is moderate due to lack of shade and hot and dry conditions and the climb up the pu`u. Swimming/snorkeling is possible at a pebble beach, conditions permitting; however, no lifeguard is available.

We will have our long lunch/snack break at this spot. Hikers need to be prepared for potentially warm, sunny weather and/or rainy weather. Wear closed-toed shoes, hat, bring hiking sticks, binoculars, sun protection, lunch or snack and at least two liters of water per person.

For some interesting reading about the area: http://web.me.com/ldmarten/Photos/Kaohe_Bay.html


Those wishing to carpool from Kailua-Kona will meet at 7:30 a.m. at Keauhou Shopping Center in Keauhou across from Long’s and depart no later than 7:45 a.m. Please park well away from the businesses. For questions about carpooling from this location call Alice at 322-6481. Visitors as well as residents are welcome to participate — there is no charge. Carpoolers are encouraged to contribute toward gasoline costs.

Participants must call for details as the number of cars allowed to park in this private subdivision will be limited.

For additional information, please phone Kathleen at 557-9246.

PLEASE NOTE: All members are welcome to bring guests or pass on information about our hikes to other hikers. However, if you do so, PLEASE make sure that you direct them to http://konahikingclub.com to review the hike announcement and description. We want to make sure that everyone is prepared for the specific hike we are doing that day, whether we’re facing mud, heat, cold, steep trails, rocky trails, high altitude, exceptionally long distances, etc. Mahalo for helping us keep everyone safe!


  1. fishing kona says:

    Thank you!!! This was exactly the information I needed! Thanks for the review.

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