• Petitioned Office of the Chairperson, William J. Aila Jr

This petition was delivered to:

DLNR
Office of the Chairperson, William J. Aila Jr
DLNR
Daniel S. Quinn, Administrator
DLNR
Barry Cheung
DLNR
Guy H. Kaulukukui, Deputy to the Chair

Re-Open Access to Climbing at Mokuleia

    1. Debora Halbert
    2. Petition by

      Debora Halbert

      Honolulu, HI

In June of 2012 the DLNR closed the most significant climbing area on Oahu in reaction to an accident. Given that Mokuleia is the highest quality climbing area on the Island, is relied upon by local and visiting climbers alike, is maintained voluntarily and has had few accidents in its 20 year existence, the reaction of the DLNR is excessive and should be rescinded. We are asking that the DLNR restore access to Mokuleia to climbers. Climbers in turn seek to be involved in the rule making procedures that will ensure long term access to public lands for hiking and climbing well into the future.

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    • Jared Johnson EAU CLAIRE, WI
      • 9 months ago

      Climbing access is important to me anywhere. If I support climbing access in areas other than my own, perhaps others from elsewhere will help with climbing access issues near me when needed.

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    • John Moore HONOLULU, HI
      • 11 months ago

      Mokuleia is THE best spot to climb on the island and is a natural resource that should be open everyone.

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    • Greg Placides SUFFOLK, VA
      • 11 months ago

      I've had the privilege of climbing this gem. It would be a shame that future climbers could not experience this climb in paradise!

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    • Taylor Eastburn KAILUA, HI
      • 11 months ago

      I am addicted to climbing, we accept the risks. People get hurt surfing all the time and the oceans never get closed...

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    • Manny Rogers GOLDEN, CO
      • about 1 year ago

      every sport is dangerous. people die every year surfing yet the beaches dont close that sport. this is a very bias decision and william Aila respectfully is being very bias. and ruining a very beautiful sport for many.

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