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This short, paved trail leads visitors through the remains of a rain forest after a devastating eruption in 1959.

Devastation Trail leads visitors one mile over the cinder out fall and through a forest recovering from Kilauea lki's 1959 eruption.
Along the path you'll find such volcanic formations as: cinder with olivine, Pele's hair and tears, tree molds and a cinder and spatter cone. The trail is paved and rated as easy

Directions: From Visitor Center, The trailhead for Devastation Trail lies four miles from the visitor center on Crater Rim Drive.

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii


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