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We stayed for the night at Hana so we could go to this National Park on our way back to Wailea.
It’s part of National Park (25$ per car).
Really nice hike through bamboo forest up to the waterfall.
About 2 hours.
We stoped in...More
2 hours round trip hike which is easy enough to do - especially if it's a dry day. Wear decent shoes. Saw someone doing it shoeless though - to each their own. Something to witness. The sound is so peaceful.
Start at Oheo Gulch on the backside of Haleakala. Parking and visitors center. Quite a few falls culminating with a gorgeous view of Waimoku Falls. banyan trees lots of pools. Bamboo forest walk is just stunning. Spend the day there...you will never forget it.
i have visited the bamboo forest in Hana Hi a couple of times now. First visit was by far the best. I climbed to the top. AWESOME! there are paths in the bamboo trees, and a waterfall climb. Fresh running water. Take care to listen...More
Your first challenge will be finding where the hike starts. Once you're on the Hana Highway, pay attention to the mile markers. You'll find the Bamboo Forest trail at the 6.5 mile point, just after the East Maui Irrigation Co. but before the large colourful...More
This hike can be dangerous! But you can also lesson your risk by only going to the second fall with the rope swing into the pool. Or just stay and swim in the pool and under the first fall! You will still get to experience...More
We went on two hikes in Mauii and this one was better by far. A number of different things to see along the way, and - if you are like me and your best hiking days are a few decades and pounds behind you -...More
One of the best hikes anywhere! Not for young kids. Hike all the falls and take your swim suite. Can be muddy and very slippery if there was a recent rain. You will climb some tricky spots to make it to the top. Very adventurous....More
Insects are there so please wear full pants. Apart from that it beautiful, quite a bit of trek. Roadside parking, multiple entry points, we got lost trying to find the waterfall. But was fun. A bit slippery so wear good shoes.
We went with friends who had done the hike before so they knew the route and the dangers! It is not for the feint hearted!
Whilst unbelievably beautiful you need to make sure you wear the right footwear and don’t mind getting muddy or wet....More