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Mounting one of these disc brake bikes and riding down the windy mountain with a guided tour is one of the great adventures of visiting Maui! We have done it solo and as a family when our kids were in their early teens. Although the...More
What an amazing experience! The winding, we’ll-maintained road to the summit offers some breath-taking views above the clouds! At just over 10,000’ Haleakula - “House of the Sun” - presides majestically over Maui. The drive is only an hour and a half from Kahului, but...More
The view from the summit is spectacular, but take the time to hike down about 13 km, first into the crater and later up a slope back to the road. Ideally you leave the car at the parking lot about one km after the park...More
Breathtaking views and a fun drive up and down made this a great visit. I thought it was so cool to be above the clouds at the top and to descend through them on the way down. Of course the crater was super cool to...More
Just a great place. Did the waterfall hike through the Tropical Rain Forest at the end of the Road to Hana. And the next dat hiked into the volcano crater from the summit. What a contrast. Each hike was amazing and beautiful. But it takes...More
We drove up to the national park this last week. It was unusually rainy. It rained the entire week we were there. By the time we got to the first visitors center we noticed people walking with heavy coats! We knew we were climbing but...More
We started our trip to Maui by going to Haleakala National Park. It was an amazing drive to the top elevation of 10,000 + feet above sea level. The road is narrow and often without guard rails. I was a bit nervous but by going...More
I came here back in October to watch the sun set, and it was an experience unlike any I’ve had before. It takes a while to drive up the winding road, but the view makes it totally worth it. There’s a thick layer of clouds...More
We wanted to go for sunrise but weren't able to get a reservation s we went to nearby Polipoli first and then up to the crater to try and take in the sunset. When they say its cold, its cold! And due to very abnormal...More
A hotel employee, working the recreation areas, told me that you need to go on the reservation system 48 hours before the you want to go up. I have also heard that you need to get them weeks in advance. I was also told... More
A hotel employee, working the recreation areas, told me that you need to go on the reservation system 48 hours before the you want to go up. I have also heard that you need to get them weeks in advance. I was also told that because of the shutdown that there was no enforcement of the reservations and that people without reservations were going up anyway. We decided to go up for the sunset and the stars at night. We arrived a little more than an hour before sunset and it was still very beautiful. The night sky is amazing. Bring a flashlight.