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Alelele Falls

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Alelele Falls

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emmkmm wrote a review Jul 2019
Chicago, Illinois83 contributions21 helpful votes
This just might be as far as you'd want to go on the "road to Hana," as it is considerably past Hana, even 15 minutes past the National Park. This part of the road gets pretty narrow and bumpy, but we came upon very few cars. The white bridge has "Alelele" stamped into it. You can park just after and access the trail on the right end of the bridge. The hike is just enough adventure (can't see falls from road, some rock scrambling, one time across stream) without too much "fear of heights" climbing. The canyon is beautifully deep and breezy and the pool under the falls is cool and refreshing. My favorite stop on the Hana side of Maui.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Joseph Robba wrote a review Mar 2017
Charlotte, North Carolina1,852 contributions1,712 helpful votes
This waterfall is toward the backend of the trek to Hana, and it's one of the better ones. It's pretty impressive, easily accessible, and seemed to be low trafficked, probably because by the time you get here, you've already seen 15 waterfalls.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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VirginialoveMaui wrote a review Nov 2016
Virginia53 contributions7 helpful votes
Driving the back road to Hana is certainly a challenge. We have stopped at Alelele Falls three times, and each time it provided a quiet place to enjoy a refreshing swim. It is usually not a raging waterfall, but the cove itself is a unique hideaway. Most people just pass it by because it is hidden from the road.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Fitzysnowman wrote a review Sep 2016
Boston, Ma52 contributions15 helpful votes
We've been to the island multiple times and had never been to this falls so we figured we should go check it out. It was pretty but nothing spectacular. It is a short hike in but honestly you can see better falls just driving down the road.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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DenverGuys wrote a review Feb 2016
Denver, Colorado133 contributions24 helpful votes
Hidden secret. If you find the right estuary (location on map) you will find a beautiful waterfall on the dry side of Maui. Past Hana on the dry side you will pass a bridge and a 4x4 parking area next to an estuary half way between Kaupo and Kipajulu. If you hike up the stream about 10 minutes you will find a beautiful hidden waterfall. We had the place to ourselves both times we have been here. bring a camera
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Date of experience: March 2015
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