Tag Archive: Big Island surfing

Big Island’s Fantastic “Destructive Waters”

Through the middle of Hilo Town runs the Wailuku River—’Destructive Waters’ in Hawaiian—which carries the runoff from the saddle of the world’s two tallest mountains Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea (when measured from… Continue reading

Hapuna Beach Park: Divine

If Hapuna Beach didn’t already exist, God would have to create it. The Big Island, though larger than the other Hawaiian islands put together, has the least amount of sandy shoreline, since it… Continue reading

Introducing the 2011 Hawaii Big Island Trailblazer

A guide for families and outdoor adventurers alike, this 2011 second edition Trailblazer takes you to all of the Big Island’s famous attractions, as well as its hidden spots. Nearlly twice the size of the other islands combined, the Big Island presents a challenge to adventure travelers with limited time. Trailblazer comes to the rescue with its trademark organization and clear directions for 153 hikes, 73 snorkeling and swimming spots, 41 surfing spots, 24 bike trails and 25 campgrounds and rustic cabin hideaways.