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March 13, 2020

Difficulty: INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED

Time: 2-4 DAYS

Distance: 22+ MILES

Elevation Gain: 5000 FEET

Foot Traffic: HIGH

Challenges: Stream Crossings, Narrow Ridges w/Steep Dropoffs, Possible Heavy Rains/Flash Floods, Uneven and slippery footing

What to Bring: Full Backpacking Gear

Sights: Napali Coast, Hanakoa Falls, Kalalau Beach

The Kalalau Trail truly is a bucket list hike. Lush green rainforest, colorful and prominent mountain ridges, and the sound of ocea...

February 20, 2020

Difficulty: BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE

Time: 2-4 HOURS

Distance: 5 MILES

Elevation Gain: 1500 FEET

Foot Traffic: MODERATE

Challenges: Shadeless sections, Possibly Muddy

Sights: Makamaka'ole Falls, Waihe'e Valley, Haleakala

What to Bring: Water (>1L), Snack, Sunscreen

Located in Central Maui, the Waihe'e Ridge Trail is the perfect day hike. It offers a variety of beauty-- from a Cook Pine Forest, to a distant waterfall, to valley views-- as you make your way u...

February 18, 2020

Difficulty: BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE

Time: 1-2 HOURS

Distance: 2 MILES

Elevation Gain: 400 FEET

Foot Traffic: MODERATE

Challenges: Stream Crossings, Muddy and slippery, Flash Flooding

Sights: Bamboo Forest, Makamaka'ole Falls

What to Bring: Water (>1L), Snack, Water Shoes, Swimsuit and Towel

This short valley hike leads to the base of Makamaka'ole Falls within West Maui's Forest Perserve. While the hike is not too long, it can be challenging as you will be...

February 17, 2020

Difficulty: BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE

Time: 1.5-2.5 HOURS

Distance: 2.5 MILES

Elevation Gain: 900 FEET

Foot Traffic: MODERATE

Challenges: Muddy, Some uneven footing

Sights: "The Needle", Iao Valley

What to Bring: Water (>1L), Snack

A place of both natural beauty and historical significance, Iao Valley State Park is a popular destination for many who visit the island of Maui. While there is a lot to see in the grounds of the park, a little extra effort will g...

December 15, 2019

Difficulty: ADVANCED

Time: 6-8 HOURS

Distance: ~8 MILES

Elevation Gain: 2200 FEET

Foot Traffic: LOW

Challenges: Very Overgrown, River Crossings, Steep Scrambles on Narrow and Grassy Ridges

Sights: Kualoa Ranch, Kahana Valley, Windward Coastline

What to Bring: Water (>2L), Snack/Lunch, Long Sleeves/Pants, Gloves

One of Oahu's few standalone peaks, summiting the pyramid shaped Pu'u Ohulehule is no easy task. It requires multiple river crossings and bushwac...

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