A short trip to the Top of the World — TRAILBLAZER HAWAII

Mauna Kea on the Big Island is easily the highest mountain in the world—about 43,000 feet when measured from its base that lies about 5 miles below sea level. The next tallest is MK’s kissing cousin, Mauna Loa, which lies not far across a volcanic saddle. A shrine marks the the space in between the…

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