The Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club clubhouse is a modest, two-story arts and crafts style building with a single wall, board and batten second story. There is a modern caretakers residential unit on the first floor. The building, when constructed in 1926, was the only structure in this part of Waimanalo. Today it stands in the midst of a subdivision surrounded by modern houses. The Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club Clubhouse is significant for its associations with the on-going activities of the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club. The club has made contributions to the broad patterns of Oahu’s history as a pioneering organization to promote outdoor hiking activity and supporting the conservation of Hawaii’s natural environment.
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