Sierra Club Hikes, & Sierra Club & Surfrider Beach Clean Ups

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Sierra Club Hikes, & Sierra Club & Surfrider Beach Clean Ups

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The Kauai chapter of the Sierra Club has many hikes around the island to offer, including beach clean ups with Surfrider, and Kayak Days, with Kayak Kauai. Find out more at http://sierraclubkauai.orghttps://kauai.surfrider.orghttp://kayakkauai.com

Saturday, April 9 Sierra Club Hike, Powerline Trail
Hike the south half of this trail from the Keahua Arboretum to the approximate midpoint where we will enjoy great views. Info Ken Fasig 346-1229, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Sunday, April 10 Sierra Club Hike, Maha`ulepu and Makauwahi Cave
Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world class archeological cave site. Moderate 3 miles round trip. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Thursday, April 21 Sierra Club Hike, Maha’ulepu Sunset to Moonrise Walk
South Shore, Moderate 3.5 miles. Celebrate Sierra Club Founder John Muir’s birthday on the Maha`ulepu coast. Start out mid-afternoon from Shipwreck Beach walking along the coast to Maha`ulepu. Enjoy the setting sun and a full moon rise. Spectacular coastal walk. We will shuttle cars for a one-way hike. Info Greg Peters 413-522-3734, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, April 23, 9am-Noon Sierra Club and Surfrider, Earth Week Donkey Beach Cleanup
Sierra Club and Surfrider team up to help protect marine life, the reef and ocean from litter and fishing net entanglement. Look for banners at the parking lot above Donkey Beach, between the 11 and 12-mile highway markers by Public Shoreline Access sign. Bags, gloves, and snacks provided. Info Judy Dalton 482-1129, http://sierraclubkauai.org, https://kauai.surfrider.org

Sunday, May 8 Sierra Club & Kayak Kauai, Wailua River Paddle & Clean-up
Kayak Kauai will team up with Sierra Club to offer a kayaking excursion up the Wailua River, where we will pick up any trash and then continue this clean-up project along the path to Secret Falls. Limited to 11 participants. Info Jane Schmitt 826-6105, http://sierraclubkauai.org, http://kayakkauai.com

Sunday, May 15 Sierra Club Hike, Maha`ulepu and Makauwahi Cave
Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world class archeological cave site. A moderate 3-mile hike. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Thursday, May 19 Sierra Club Hike, Waimea Canyon Road Cleanup
Afternoon clean-up of Sierra Club’s adopted highway requires a little over an hour. Please help keep the gateway to Waimea Canyon litter-free. Info Bob Nishek 346-0476, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, May 28, 9am-Noon Surfrider and Sierra Club, Kealia Beach Cleanup
Surfrider and Sierra Club collaborate to protect the marine and other wildlife, the reef, and ocean from marine debris. Will you please help? Look for banners at parking lot. Bring your water and hat. We’ll supply gloves, bags, and refreshments. Info Judy Dalton 482-1129, http://sierraclubkauai.org, https://kauai.surfrider.org

Saturday, June 4 Sierra Club Hike, Honopu Trail ​at​ Koke’e
This 4 ​strenuous mile hike winds through native forest out to a spectacular view of the Honopu valley and the NaPali coast. Info Jane Schmitt 826-6105, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, June 11 Sierra Club Hike, A day on Koke’e Trails
A day on Koke`e Trails. Starting at Koke`e Lodge we hike to Berry Flat Trail and continue to the northern section of the Ditch Trail. Then we loop back to the Wainiua Trail back to the lodge for a variety of views. Moderate 5 miles. Info Ken Fasig 346-1229, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Sunday, June 19 Sierra Club Hike, Maha`ulepu Sunset to Moonrise Walk
Start out mid-afternoon from Shipwreck Beach walking along the coast to Maha`ulepu. Enjoy the setting sun and a full moon rise. Spectacular coastal walk. We will shuttle cars for a ​4-mile ​one-way hike. Info Greg Peters 413-522-3734, http://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, June 25, 9am-Noon Surfrider ​and Sierra Club, Nukoli’i Beach Cleanup
Surfrider ​and Sierra Club ​collaborate to protect the marine and other wildlife, the reef, and ocean from marine debris. Bring water and hat. We’ll supply gloves, bags, and refreshments. Turn makai into Kaua`i Beach Resort (south of Wailua Golf Course). At the end of the tree-lined entry take the small road to the right and drive to the beach. Look for signs by the highway. Info Judy Dalton 482-1129, http://sierraclubkauai.org, https://kauai.surfrider.org

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