Posts by Nate Luzod
New Zealand Hiking Safari
Join the Auckland Tramping Club (“ATC”) for a hiking safari from 1/25/17 to 2/7/17. Explore St Arnaud, Motueka, Picton, Paekakariki. This trip is limited 12 participants and reservations must be made by midnight on 9/26/16, so reserve your spot Read More
Third Quarter 2016 Newsletter
Read our latest newsletter. Features in memoriam of Miles Yamanae, another perspective on the Ko’olau fence, info on HTMC authors and more. Download newsletter.
Second Quarter 2016 Newsletter
Our second quarter newsletter is available for download. Features memories of Miles Brubacher and Nigel Robertson. Get news on our annual meeting, Oahu Fencing, our discontinued use of ‘Iolani Palace as a meeting palace and trail clearing bribes. Click Read More
First Quarter 2016 Newsletter
Our first quarter 2016 newsletter is available for download. Click here to download the newsletter.
November BOD Meeting Minutes
Minutes from our November 2015 BOD meeting can be viewed by downloading the following PDF. View December’s BOD Meeting Minutes
HTMC Holiday Luau
Leave your backpacks, hiking poles and muddy shoes at home and join the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Corporation (HTMC) for the revival of a historic tradition – the HTMC Holiday Luau! Date: Saturday December 19, 2015 Time: 4pm – Read More
Video: Hiking with HTMC
Check out this excellent video made by HTMC’s Dale Yoshizu. It features images and scenes from our 2014 hike calendar. Great work, Dale!
Fourth Quarter 2015 Newsletter
Our latest newsletter is available. Topics include a petition to save Haiku Stairs, work on Pupukea Paumalu Trail and more. You can download a copy as PDF by clicking here.
Grant Oka Representing HTMC on PBS Insights
Grant Oka will be representing HTMC at a panel discussion this Thursday at 8pm on KHET – “PBS Insights – How Accessible Should Our Public Lands Be?” Grant has a hiking provenance second to none; he has served as Read More
Last Chance For The Haiku Stairs
Rumor has it that the Board of Water Supply is now preparing an environmental impact statement as a first step to demolishing the Haiku Stairs. Our last newsletter reported that things did not look good for survival of the Read More