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We went to volcano national Park today and did this hike. It was an 1hr at a leisurely pace total. Great views over the park. The other trails aren't open so this is as much exploring as you can get. If we were more prepared...More
Love this trail. There is a guidebook optional for $2 at a ranger kiosk. Totally worth it, really well written about the geography, history, plants and animals of the park and this area. Beautiful views from the end of the trail at top of Puu...More
We visited this site because our self car guided tour told us not to miss this. We walked to this open area where lava once ran , we saw all the different size of pu I es and enjoyed feeling them and noticing how light...More
We walked around this area and wow. It's like you are on another planet. We walked quite a distance with my mom (62 yo and my teen boys - 16 & 13). There were some areas we walked over that were kind of scary (cracks...More
This trail has highlight after highlight as it wanders across fields of lava. There’s some of everything – incredible jagged a’a lava, smooth pahoehoe flows, lava trees, bizarre formations, forest, a mesmerizing lookout of the Mauna Ulu lava shield and a good view of the...More
Interesting, can be tough to follow the markers (stacked stones), a bit dangerous at the top, not for little ones IMHO. You can really see the desolation in the area and the Pu'u O'o is visible in the distance. Hiking shows are a good choice....More
We really enjoyed driving he Chain of craters road. There are many view points to stop at and lots of was to do. The views change as you proceed down the road from green forest to black dried lava beds with the ocean right at...More