The Aloha State provides hikers with plenty of outdoor opportunities and chances for adventure.
Hawaii (HI) parks are full of things to see and do. In Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hilo, hikers can trek across volcanic rock to summit giant, active volcanoes. Parks offer trails through rugged volcanic landscapes which then lead hikers under canopies of sub-tropical rainforests. Diamond Head, the 760 ft extinct volcanic peak, is a popular hiking area for families and avid hikers alike. Find trails within the fog belt of the Kula Forest where hikers can explore under the thick tree canopy, and maybe catch glimpses of snow-capped mountains.
Hike on Hawaii's beautiful beaches which offer remote and wild volcanic coastline, but also provide soft, sandy beaches as well. Coastal hiking won't disappoint, especially if you're on a sunset hike! Once the hike is over head to Waikiki Beach for some sand and surf along the gorgeous coastline.
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