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Public Draft 10-5-09

Appendix D

Terrestrial Public Access to Coastal Lands Legal and Illegal Alternatives at Lāwa`i Kai

(revised 09-03-09)

Cons

Pros

Access Description

Access Type

Access along this shoreline trail is limited to the physically fit.

Potentially unsafe for individuals who are unfamiliar with the eroded terrain, elevation changes, and rocky outcroppings.

Coastal erosion has further deteriorated sections of the trail, making it particularly difficult to enter and exit along the same route.

Legally-established access to coastal area.

Rocky coastline and wave action limits recreational overuse of area.

Traditionally used by fishermen and some surfers

Beach users park their cars along Lāwa`i Road between Allerton Gate and Spouting Horn, walk down the remnants of an historic shoreline trail, and traverse the rocky coastline from the east (Kukui`ula side)

LEGAL

Conditions can be hazardous at certain times of the year.

Beach access is limited to the physically fit.

Unsafe for individuals who are unfamiliar with the terrain.

Conditions can be hazardous at certain times of the year.

Legally-established access to coastal lands

Rocky coastline limits overuse of natural resources.

Isolated area, traditionally used by fishermen.

Beach users pay $25.00 for an annual pass from Alexander & Baldwin. Users access agricultural lands from Wahiawa Mill, drive through coffee fields, and park on the plateau. Users climb down home-made ladders to the rocky coastline from the west.

LEGAL

Increased use by non-fishermen would disrupt fishing.

Not well-known.

Access is restricted during coffee bean harvest between September and December.

Appendices Page 17- 13

Lāwa`i Kai Special Subzone Master & Management Plan

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