Volcano National park is located at 30 mi/48 km in the southwest of Hilo Town in Hawaii. The park was established in 1916 and is a combination of unique ecosystems and diverse environments that range from the sea to the summit of the world's biggest volcano, Mauna Loa, as well as Kilauea witch is the world's most active volcano.
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Extreme Hiking / Hiking in Manuka Natural Trail, Manuka Forest Reserve, Hawaii USA
Makuna State Park is located in the Mamalahoa highway, at the north of Hawaii’s Big Island. The park hosts a wide range of habitats. These include rare native plants and animals such as sub alpine shrubs and forests, kipuka forests and more. The recent lava flows add a variety of several vegetation types as well as lava tubes.
The Manuka Natural trail goes through the natural reserve, but starts from Manuka State Wayside. It is 2.33 mi/3.2 km long, about two hours hike to complete the loop, suitable for all skill levels with an elevation gain of 400 ft/122 m. When the day is clear, there is an amazing view of all the Big Island’s volcanoes.
Hikers walk through tropical forests with an abundance of plants and animals and cultural sites like the remains of Puukohola Heiau. Hikers should take with them a lot of water and snacks because there are picnic tables, where you can stop and admire nature. For accommodation, you can either stay in the main town of Kailua Kona, or in Ocean View village which is closer to the forest reserve.
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