Kahili Rock Quarry

Kilauea, Hawaii

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Kahili Rock Quarry sits along the rugged cliffs of Mokolea Point, part of the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge. The abandoned rock quarry overlooks the crescent-shaped Kilauea Bay from above Kilauea Stream and the blue Pacific. The views extend across the bay, which is rimmed by groves of ironwood trees, to the forested windswept cliffs along the bay’s eastern edge. The hike follows an old rutted road to the ocean to the quarry and an overlook.

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"Kahili Rock Quarry sits along the rugged cliffs of Mokolea Point, part of the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge. The abandoned rock quarry overlooks the crescent-shaped Kilauea Bay from above Kilauea Stream and the blue Pacific.

The views extend across the bay, which is rimmed by groves of ironwood trees, to the forested windswept cliffs along the bay’s eastern edge. The hike follows an old rutted road to the ocean to the quarry and an overlook."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kilauea
Distance: 3
Elevation Gain: 300 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: U.S.G.S. Anahola

Kahili Rock Quarry Reviews

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5/1/2008
RC Beach is a neat beach. It's wide and there isn't many people around. We have been there twice and both times there were several kite boarders out there. The beach has a lava area and some nice beach. The marker on the map is in the incorrect place. The beach is at the mouth of the river entering the ocean. Very nice picture beach.
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