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The Big Island’s Waipio Valley: A short walk to a world apart

On the lush north nub of the Big Island of Hawaii, Waipio Valley is an adventure into the past, where young Kamehamea spent his youth surfing a wild beach and roaming one of… Continue reading

King’s Trail is a walk on Maui’s wild side

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Maui’s Bellstone Pools and Nakalele Blowhole: Only beauties when they are sleeping

Nothing quite spoils a family vacation like having a wave sweep someone away and into the depths of the deep blue sea. So, first rule when visiting the very cool Nakalele Blowhole and… Continue reading

Kaua’i’s Moloa’a rhymes with Ahhhhhhhh

Kauai’s northeast coast has a wealth of wild beaches, so pleasure seekers may not find Moloa’a (mo-lo-ah-ah) Bay on the first visit, or even the second. The big curve of sand cleaved by… Continue reading

Cruising the Kapa’a Coastal Bike Path

Pedaling the Coconut Coast of Kauai (the east shore) has quietly become one of the top attractions in the state. Decades in the making, the Ke Ala Hel Makalae (“path that goes by… Continue reading

Oahu’s Olomana Ridge is for sure-footed thrill seekers only

Olomana—a triple-peaked, stand-alone ridge on Oahu’s Windward coast—is a real-deal adventure hike. The stats aren’t intimidating: 4.25 miles round-trip with about 1,600 feet of elevation. But trekkers who do all three peaks will… Continue reading

A Lake Tahoe beach less visited: Round Hill Pines

A Lake Tahoe beach less visited: Round Hill Pines.

Old Tahoe is just a short drive away

Old Tahoe is just a short drive away.

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