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Now that the Thurston Lava Tube is no longer accessible, I'm so glad I went through it as many times as I did. One can only hope once they assess the safety of the tube, that it will re-open so visitors can experience this magnificent...More
A short steep downhill walk through beautiful forest. Over a bridge and into the lava tube. Short walk through the tunnel type experience. Difficult to take good photos. Steep steps out and back to carpark. 15 minutes. Parking is sometimes difficult due to the many...More
This unique hike is a walk through a lava tube. You first have a 10 minute walk through a fern forest. Ferns are the first form of life after the devastation of a volcanic eruption. The cave itself is dark and can be slippery from...More
I'm going through some old photos BEFORE the eruption and found I hadn't reviewed this so am taking the time to do so now...
This was the 6th stop on our trip from Waikoloa to Kilauea caldera. There isn't much parking. We drove back and...More
We walked through the Lava tube for the experience. Parking was tricky, but people don't spend a lot of time at the tube so we waited for a spot to be available. It was cool and wet inside -- make sure you are wearing the...More
Definitely stop to walk thru the Lava Tube if you are touring Volcano National Park. It's a short stop but very interesting, as it is a natural phenomenon. There is a short walk, that slopes down so if it is rainy or wet, be careful.
We stopped at the Thurston Lava Tube as part of a Volcanoes National Park cruise ship excursion in April 2018, a few weeks before the eruptions which have now closed the park. The 600ft long tube / tunnel was formed by lava flowing under the...More