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Atmosphere (March 20-25, 2007)

George Row

Twilight at Inchiquin

Pat Rooney

Hilina Pali

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii, USA

24 March 2007

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On a four day backpack trip through Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, a small group from a nearby island made our way from the top of the cliff in the distance and followed cairns of lava stones marking the Hilina Pali Trail. Though we hiked through the desert by day we camped at coastal parks with awesome snorkeling.

Stretching 20 kilometers (12 miles) through the Ka'u Desert, the cliff know as Hilina Pali, a fault scarp, rises 450 meters (1500 feet) above the wind-swept desert floor, helping create an atmosphere beautiful to behold, if daunting to cross.
See pictures of the hike (and snorkeling) here.

More panoramas here.


Pacific Ocean / USA-Hawaii

Lat: 19° 16' 25" N
Long: 155° 17' 40" W

Elevation: 100 m, 330 ft

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.


Hand held with a Pentax Optio W10.

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