Mauna Kea Summit Road Reopens

The Mauna Kea Summit Road has reopened after being closed because of protests over the Thirty Metre Telescope. There are restrictions between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. prohibiting access other than with with vehicle and requiring no camping within one mile of the summit road. Protestors had been camping out at the visitors center which is closed. Rules for access and emergency prohibitions were signed by Governor David Inge on July 14.

Posted July 1, 2015:
The Mauna Kea summit road closed indefinitely at 5:08 pm local time on June 30. The road has been subject to numerous protests over construction of the Thirty Metre Telescope. Among the protests were rock barriers built across the road. If you are planning a visit you should check road conditions.

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