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January is the Pack 311 Hike-a-thon! Lace up your boots and get outside.

Pack 311 will be hosting hikes each week in January or you can hike with your friends or family! 


Get your friends, family, neighbors, or anyone else to sponsor your participation in the Hike-a-thon by mile hiked or flat rate. Go for a hike, log your miles, collect the money and turn it into your den leader. Easy peasy!


STEP 1: 12/3-12/31 - Find family and friends who would like to sponsor your scouting adventures 

- STEP 2: 1/1 - 1/28 -  Hike, bike and paddle as many miles as you like, using your log to document your mileage 

- STEP 3: 1/29 - 2/3 -  Total up your mileage and follow up with your sponsors to collect donations. Turn in fundraiser money and your logs to your den leader.

- Each weekend in January a den will host a pack-wide hike. You don't need to be in that den to participate. Just email the Den Leader organizing the hike to get the specifics and let them know you are coming. 
- Fill out your hike log and turn it in to your Den Leader in February!
- Print out this list of hikes for your fridge to remind you what organized hikes are happening this month.
- Can't make the organized hikes? Hike on your own. Here's a list of hikes around the island.
- January 6th: Pu’u Ma’eli’eli (Kaneohe Pillboxes) - Ryan Watanabe *Meet at 0700 at Koolau Shopping Center (Times)
- January 7th: Waimanalo Ditch Trail (Holy Grail) - Jonathan Crosson *Meet at 1000 at the Waimanalo end of the Maunawili Demonstration Trail / Maunawili Ditch Trail off Waikupanaha St, just past Mahiku Pl in Waimanalo
- January 14th: Waipulani Falls - Sam Sutera - *Meet at 0830 at the Pali Lookout
- January 20th: Old Pali Road - Daniel Enyart  *Meet at 0900 at Ko'olau Ballrooms / Golf Course. Parking is $10 at Koolau Golf Course
- January 27th: Upper Waimano Tunnels - Theresa Rakotonirina *Meet at 1430 at LJA to carpool as parking at the trailhead is limited

This Kaneohe hike ends with a pillbox and amazing views of Kaneohe. This is a moderate

hike that has several uphill portions and can be muddy if it's been raining. Distance: 2.5 miles

Easy loop trail, but bring shoes that can get wet if you plan to walk into the water tunnel to find the Holy Grail. Distance: 2 miles

Starting right next to the Pali, this hike will go through a diverse range of trees and plants to reach two waterfalls. There’s also an old irrigation tunnel to explore at the end. This is a medium hard hike, expect muddy conditions *these waterfalls need lots of rain to be flowing at more than a trickle. Distance 2 miles

This historic hike, follows the Old Pali highway and is paved for around 2/3rds of the hike. Great views of Kaneohe at the top, plus the chance to go beneath the current Pali Highway. An easy hike. Distance 2.5 miles

Scouts will get to explore old irrigation tunnels on this kid favorite. Don’t forget your flashlights and bug spray! There are a few narrow sections, but this is an easy hike. Distance 3 miles

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