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The trail and facilities are rugged; some eroded areas are very narrow over cliffs that are hundreds of feet high.
CAMPING PERMITS The Kalalau Trail is currently OPEN for hiking. Call the DLNR for more info: (808) 274-3444 Hawaii DLNR Main (info may not be current).
Officials ordered more than 1,700 people out of Big Island communities near the lava, warning of the dangers of spattering hot rock and high levels of sulphuric gas that could threaten the elderly and people with breathing problems. No injuries or deaths have been reported, but the governor of Hawaii, David Ige, activated the Hawaii National Guard to provide emergency help.
Several more eruptive lava fissures have formed, bringing the total to six, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defence Agency.
The strenuous eleven-mile Kalalau Trail winds along this rugged coastline, providing the only land access to legendary Kalalau Valley.
Earlier this week the crater floor began to collapse, triggering earthquakes and pushing the lava into new underground chambers.
The collapse caused magma to push more than 10 miles (16km) downslope towards the populated southeast coastline. In 2014, lava burned a house and destroyed a cemetery near the town of Pahoa.
Extreme inclines and declines throughout entire 11 miles. Loose rocks underfoot and from eroding cliffs above. I highly recommend going the entire distance in one day because the camping is MUCH better at Kalalalu.
If you are afraid of heights and ledges you are not going to like miles 6.5 to 8! I've only hiked the first two miles in to Hanakapi'ai Beach and back and it was a fantastic hike! About 13.5 tough miles if you want to do a day hike (which I have and it's great).
Multiple new vents, from which lava is spurting out of the ground, have formed and residents were warned to watch out for dangerous levels of sulphuric gas.