Friends of the Pearl Harbor Historic Trail

Pearl Harbor Historic Trail concept art - Waipahu depot proposed redevelopment

Pearl Harbor Historic Trail concept art – Waipahu depot proposed redevelopment. From PHHT Master Plan.

The Pearl Harbor Historic Trail (PHHT) is a multi-use path that will run 18.6 miles from Halawa Landing to Nanakuli, linking neighborhoods, historic sites, recreational areas, regional attractions, and nature along the old O’ahu Railway & Land Company (OR&L)’s right-of-way. In 2000, a community vision group authored a master plan envisioning ways of wisely developing this right-of-way to achieve the following 4 goals:

  1. Create an outdoor recreation and transportation network.
  2. Use the OR&L right-of-way as a springboard for historic preservation and education.
  3. Create economic opportunities for community businesses.
  4. Enhance environmental preservation and education.

Trails and greenways are a proven way of improving quality of life, increasing property values and stimulating economic growth.

*All images on this page are from the Pearl Harbor Historic Trail master plan, linked below.

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Map of Pearl Harbor Historic Trail

Map of Pearl Harbor Historic Trail. From PHHT Master Plan.

Pearl Habor Historic Trail Master Plan - Aiea redevelopment

Proposed redevelopment of Aiea’s coastline under the Pearl Harbor Historic Trail master plan. From PHHT Master Plan.

Pearl Harbor Historic Trail - Nanakuli concept art

Concept art of the Pearl Harbor Historic Trail as it passes through Nanakuli. From PHHT Master Plan.

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