The 1790 Footprints refer to a set of footprints found near the Kīlauea volcano in present-day Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawaiʻi. Resulting from an unusually explosive eruption, they are associated with a series of battles in the area in 1790.
It's crazy that you can still see these. They're not quite old enough to be fossils, but they're still super neat. Probably one of the most interesting hikes in the park!
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