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Aiea Loop Trail reopened two weeks after landslide

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The Aiea Loop Trail in Keaiwa Heiau State Recreational Area was reopened today after a landslide closed the trail Sept. 29.

A State Parks Division crew from Napali Coast State Wilderness Park brought to Oahu because of  experience worked on reopening the popular trail.

The ‘Aiea Loop Trail is 4.8-mile trail that begins and ends in the park. This trail runs along the ridge on the west side of Halawa Valley and offers views of the southern coastline of Oahu from Pearl Harbor and the Waianae Mountain Range to Honolulu and Diamond Head.

For more information about the trail go to http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/hiking/oahu/aiea-loop-trail/

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