This article is a submission from a group of students at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. They are part of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management and would like to share a message about invasive species prevention with you.
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A rock scramble up a steep windward ridge on the Koolaus. The trail then follows the crest of the Koolaus and back down the windward side to form a loop. Impeccable views are everywhere. Oahu, Hawaii.
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