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National Trails Day

May 25, 2012

American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day®
June 2, 2012, Saturday

Discover, learn about, and celebrate…

Waikoloa Ala Loa


FREE benefits 

  • breathe fresh air
  • get hearts pumpine
  • maintain overall health
  • escape from daily stresses 

In your backyard, 175 of America’s 200,000 miles of trail access to the natural world. If you have been to any beach on Hawaii Island, you have been on a portion of Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail. E komo mai and visit not just a National Historic Trail but a living trail.

Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is a network of ancient and historic trails along a designated corridor from Upolu Point in the north down the west side of Hawaii Island around Ka Lae (South Point) to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in the east.

Visit your trail on National Trails Day…and every day.  www.nps.gov/alka

 

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