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Koko Crater Tracks
Hawaii

Koko Crater is an extinct volcano on Oahu.  It is 1208 feet tall and has a track leading up to an abandoned WW2 observation post.  It is a popular hike with tourists and locals, many of whom use it in lieu of a stairclimber.

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Uploaded: 13/07/2012
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