With rain in the forecast the day before on the Ko’olau Mountain Range made it great trail run for those in search for a Hawaii Scale Adventures.
Ramsey Ingano’s Toyota, Alika Pauole’s Dodge Ram 1500, Kealoha Simoes’s Ford
Kea’iwa Heiau State Park located above the town of Aiea and Pearl Harbor. Kea’iwa meaning “The mystery” and Heiau meaning “Temple” in the Hawaiian language. This place is said to refer to the mysterious powers of an ancient kahuna (or Priest) as a healing temple who used plants for medical healing, practiced their craft.
With a well known 4.8 mile long hiking trail within the park, The Aiea Loop Trail consist of some gradual uphill climbs with steep switchbacks and stream crossing. Groves of Norfolk pines and eucalyptus trees create a forest type environment .
With trail conditions of muddy and slippery in places with exposed roots and uneven surfaces. A commonly used tire on our scale trucks are Pro-Line Interco TSL SX Super Swamper 1.9″ and XL 1.9″ G8 Rock Terrain Truck Tires provides the traction.