Kaua’i Group Hikes, Clean Ups & Service Projects

KAUA’I GROUP OUTINGS

Join us on one of these great outings to discover the natural treasures of our island. Mileage is total miles. Outings focus on: (C) Conservation/Interpretative, (E) Educational, (F) Family/Fun, and/or (S) service.

Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5.

Note: Women are advised not to hike remote trails or camp alone on Kauai.

How about becoming a Sierra Club Outings Leader?

Find out how much fun you could be having by providing the opportunity for others to explore our island, enjoy its beauty, and inspire them to protect it. Contact <JudyDalton123@gmail.com> or call 808-482-1129

KAUA’I GROUP OUTINGS

Join us on one of these great outings to discover the natural treasures of our island. Mileage is total miles. Outings focus on: (C) Conservation/Interpretative, (E) Educational, (F) Family/Fun, and/or (S) service. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Note: Women are advised not to hike remote trails or camp alone on Kauai.

Tuesday, January ​10
Kealia to Anahola Coastal Walk/East Shore/Moderate/4 Miles (E/F)  Miles of great views along this stretch of coastline. We’re sure to see Humpback whales this time of year. The first part of this hike is on the bike/walk path up until Donkey Beach and is rated easy. The rest is unpaved and rated moderate. We’ll shuttle our cars for a one way hike. Bob Nishek 346-0476

Saturday, January 21
“Sustainable Coastlines” Beach Cleanup in collaboration with Surfrider and others organizations. (S) Meet at Anahola Beach Park at 9am. After cleanup at noon, since this is a special event, there will be lunch, music and prize drawings. Judy Dalton 482-1129

Saturday, January 28
Moloa’a Beach Cleanup. North East Shore/easy (S) Help protect marine life, sea birds, the reef and ocean from litter and fishing net entanglement. Sierra Club and Surfrider team up for this effort. Look for organizations’ signs. Bring hat and water. Gloves, bags, and snacks provided. 9 AM to noon. Judy Dalton 482-1129

Sunday, February 5
Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave. South Shore/moderate/4 miles. (C/E/F) Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world class archaeological site. Allan Rachap 212-3108

Tuesday, February 7
National Tropical Botanical Gardens Sunset to Walk. South Side/Moderate/2 miles. (C/E/F) Hike and learn about plants in lovely gardens. Sierra Club members only. Bob Nishek 346-0476

Saturday, February 25
​Maha’ulepu Beach Cleanup. South Shore/Easy (S) Sierra Club, Malama Maha’ulepu & Surfrider team up to keep this magnificent beach free of ocean debris and litter. Follow Po’ipu Road past the Grand Hyatt where it becomes a dirt road. Drive to T-intersection and turn right. Continue to parking area and look for banners. Please bring hat and water. Bags, gloves& snacks provided. 9 AM to noon. Judy Dalton 482-1129​

Saturday, March 4
Kuilau Trail/ easy to moderate/4 miles/east side (C/F). A gentle steady walk on a wide path with sweeping view of lush valleys and Mount Wai’ale’ale and Makale’ha Mountain Ranges. Hike to bridge and picnic tables for lunch. Vivian Hager 652-3234

Tu​esday, March 7
Waimea Canyon Road Cleanup. Easy/2 miles. (S) Afternoon clean-up of Sierra Club’s adopted highwayrequires a little over an hour. Please help keep the gateway to Waimea Canyon litter-free. Bob Nishek 346-0476

Saturday, March 11
Jewel of Koke’e. Strenuous 7 miles. C/E/F) Spectacular hike through forests of Koke’e, Black Pipe Trail, Canyon Trail, Po’omau Canyon Lookout. Cross over Waipo’o Falls for a view of Waimea Canyon to the ocean. Ken Fasig 346-1229

Sunday, March 19
Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave. South Shore/moderate/4 miles. (C/E/F) Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world class archaeological site. Allan Rachap 212-3108​

Saturday, March 25
Hanama’ulu Beach Cleanup. East Shore. (S) Help protect marine life, the reef and ocean from litter and fishing net entanglement. Sierra Club and Surfrider team up for this effort. Turn makai in Hana’maulu on road by the 7-11 store. Look for sign further down the hill on the right going to Hanama’ulu Beach. Look for banners at beach. 9AM to noon. Bring water. Bags, gloves, and refreshments provided. Judy Dalton 482-1129