Hiking Trails Near Wailuku, HI
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Hiking Trails Near Wailuku, HI

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Wailuku has 26 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 6.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Waihee Valley, Waihee Ridge and Waiakoa Loop Trail. Trails.com member Sara S. recently completed Nakalele Blowhole. See all Wailuku trails.
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The Waihee Ridge Trail begins in the rolling pasturelands of the West Maui Mountains. ...
Waihee Valley is a narrow, stream-fed canyon with steep vertical walls. The trail winds ...
Iao Valley, an ancient sacred site and spiritual center, sits in a rich green chasm in ...
Blowholes are created when the sea undercuts a lava cliff. If there is a crack or other ...
The Streamside Trail meanders through the lush stream-fed chasm and dramatic landscape ...
On this family-friendly path, traipse alongside some historic water-irrigation works and ...
This hike takes you into the misty green forest at the western end of the island to one ...
The Polipoli Trail begins at the campground and winds through lush old growth stands of ...
The trail’s informal name comes from the two suspension bridges that cross the Waihe’e ...
Follow the driving directions on page 68 to Waipoli Road. From Waipoli Road, continue ...
Kapilau Ridge, at the west end of Wailuku, separates the Iao Valley from the Waikapu Valley. ...
Central Maui’s most popular tourist stop, this state park offers exhilarating views of ...
The trail’s informal name comes from the two suspension bridges across the stream. The ...
This is a good steady workout, conveniently close to Kahului. There is a surprising variety ...
Laid out around a former golf course, Kapalua resort’s network of paved walking and running ...
Follow this gentle trail alongside the coast in the early morning or late afternoon, when ...
Blowholes are created when the sea undercuts a lava cliff in which there is a crack or ...
Take an idyllic, shady stroll among a dazzling array of flowers, ferns, and trees from ...
This walk follows a lovely winding path through gardens, ceremonial structures, and statuary ...
Hike into the misty green forest at the western end of the island to one of Maui’s most ...
The Polipoli Loop is a combination of four forested trails. The hike begins at the picnic ...
The Redwood Trail begins near the Polipoli Campground at 6,200 feet. The trail descends ...
The Redwood Trail descends from the Polipoli Campground through a mature forest of giant ...
The Boundary-Waiohuli Loop winds through the shade of a towering forest with a lush understory ...
The Waiakoa Loop is a 3-mile loop trail in the Kula Forest Reserve on the slopes of Haleakala. ...
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