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Trails reopen as Hawaii Volcanoes National Park repairs continue


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Trails reopen as Hawaii Volcanoes National Park repairs continue

By Tovin Lapan / Hawaii / Travel Weekly / travelweekly.com / Nov 15, 2019

“Hawaii Volcanoes National Park staff reopened sections of two trails on Nov. 9 as repairs and restoration continue after the Kilauea eruption and earthquakes of 2018.

Portions of Byron Ledge and Devastation trails, a scenic 1.1-mile section of trail that connects the routes to Puu Puai cinder cone, three volcanoes (Kilauea, Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea), and the Kilauea Iki trailhead on the west side of the crater, have been restored and inspected to allow for renewed hiker access....”


As recovery work from the summer 2018 Kilauea eruptions and earthquakes continues, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reopened two trails in November.
Photo: Travel Weekly