The spectacular hiking trail between Keʻe Beach and Hanakapiʻai Beach on Kauaʻi’s Napali Coast needs your help!
Twice a month, the Friends of Kalalau Trail organizes volunteer workdays help rehabilitate degraded portions of this two-mile stretch. The views are stunning and the company delightful—click here to join them.
Upcoming volunteer days (meet at the Keʻe Beach trailhead at 8 a.m.):
April 3 and 17
May 8 and 22
June 5 and 19
Using picks, shovels, hoe-rakes, and lots of muscle.
Turning the worn trail into a smooth, wide treadway.
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