Honokaa town is located in the Hamakua Coast, at 40 mi/64 km in the north of Hilo. The area is a historic district of Big Island in Hawaii because the town's economy was once based on sugar production from the Hamakua Sugar Company, until 1994.
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Extreme Hiking / Hiking in Pu’u Huluhulu Trail, Volcano National Park, Hawaii USA
The park is an international World Heritage site and provides the visitors with several exciting hiking opportunities. Puu Huluhulu Trail is 3 mi/5 km long, about two hours round trip walk and starts at the Mauna Ulu parking, on Chain of Craters Road.
Hiking here is an amazing experience because you walk on the 1973/74 lava flows, through a tree area with lava trees, sulfur fumes and all the way up to the summit of Puu Huluhulu. If the atmosphere is clear, you can see the mountains of Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea and the ocean.The terrain is rough with sharp volcanic rocks not suitable for beginners.
Hikers should wear hiking boots, take water and snacks, sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat because the sun can be very intense. Due to the unstable terrain conditions, it is highly recommended, before choosing Puu Huluhulu Trail, to consult the Volcano National Park website for any park alerts that might prevent you from following this route.
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