Take a Hike: Walking Moai Launch – Blue Zones Project & Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi

Blue Zones Project® Koʻolaupoko and Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi are partnering for a Take a Hike: Walking Moai® (Group) Launch!  Come join a walking group with other Koʻolaupoko (Windward) community members to walk outdoors once a week for 10 weeks! At the end of the 10 weeks, each group will come together for one of … Read more

Photography hike: Leeward Community College Native Plant Garden

Oʻahu (E/F): Reservations required at least one week prior. Contact Stan for reservations. The pace of photography hikes is extremely slow. Started in the early 1990’s, Leeward Community College’s native plant gardens contain plants representing dryland, coastal, mesic forest and Polynesian gardens. Leaders: Stan Oka, 429-9814; John Shimogawa, 227-9925; Clyde Kobashigawa, clydekobashigawa@hawaii.rr.com; Curtis Kawamoto

Kapālama Loop

Oʻahu (F): ‘Ālewa Heights, strenuous/6 miles, ridge Reservations required at least one week prior. Contact Clyde for reservations. This up and down ridge trail leads to great views. Along the trail there are a number of native plants and opportunities to spot native birds. Leaders: Clyde Kobashigawa, clydekobashigawa@ hawaii.rr.com; John Shimogawa, 227-9925; Susan Tom

Mid-morning hike: Old Pali Road and Likeke Falls

Oʻahu: Nu‘uanu, easy/4 miles, 600 ft elevation gain/loss Views plus a waterfall. We’ll hike up Old Pali Road until we get some views, enjoy lunch or a snack, then come back down and take a nearby trail to Likeke Falls to cool our feet. Meet at 10 am. Limited to 8 participants. Registration by August … Read more