Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site

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Located on the northern coast of the Big Island, Puʻukoholā is noted for its temple ruins built entirely of lava rock without the use of mortar, remnants of Mailekini Heiau from the 1500s, and the homestead of sailor John Young - an important advisor to King Kamehameha I. Lots of history to be had, all within a trail that covers less than a mile and takes about thirty minutes to walk. (Submitted by Kristina Becvar)

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