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A lone backpacker walks on a path of round lava stones that winds through a black lava field in Hawaii.
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Orientation: Portrait
Photographer/Submitter: Jay Robinson
Wilderness: Hawaii Volcanoes Wilderness
Categories: Backpacking, Lava bed
Keywords: Hiking, Person, People, Backpacking
Description: This trail in hawai'i volcanoes wilderness in the hawai'i volcanoes national park is identified as the 11.6 mile puna coast trail on park brochures and maps. it is a protion of an ancient trail system referred to as the ala kahakai. in 2000, the ala kahakai national historic trail was established and protects a 175-mile trail corridor that wraps around the island of hawai'i. the puna coast trail is the name of one section of the ala kahakai that runs trough the national park.



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