Kalalau opens to hikers, volunteers work to keep trail clear

  • Contributed by Mark Hubbard

    The Friends of Kalalau, retired volunteers are taking a moment to smile behind their masks. In the blue shirt is Bill Newton, the red shirt is Frank Whitman, the grey shirt is Thorne Silverberg, and the young woman is Deborah Flynn.

  • Contributed by Mark Hubbard

    The Friends of Kalalau working hard, here is a before shot of their work by Windy Point. In the blue shirt is Bill Newton, red shirt is Frank Whitman, grey shirt is Thorne Silverberg, and the young woman is Deborah Flynn.

  • Contributed by Mark Hubbard

    Here is the after shot of the work done by Friends of Kalalau by Windy Point. Notice the log on the top left, which was added on Dec. 10.

  • Contributed by Mark Hubbard

    The Friends of Kalalau, retired volunteers take a break from repairing the two mile Kalalau trail on the North Shore.

HA‘ENA — The Friends of Kalalau trail, a group of volunteers, made their repairs and maintenance on the first two miles of Kalalau trail, which starts at the Ha‘ena State Park, on Thursday, Dec. 10.

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