Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Trails

To find trails in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii select a region or trail below.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Kilauea Three Ways- Iki, Halema‘uma‘u Crater, and Pu‘u O‘o Trails :: Hilo, HI

Plunge from rainforest to caldera and see Hawaii’s famously explosive national park three different ways. What you see in your mind’s eye is reality at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where two of the world’s most active volcanoes—Kilauea and Mauna

Bird Park (Kipuka Puaulu) Trail :: Hilo, HI

Kipuka Puaulu is one of the easier and more enjoyable hikes in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. If you have time for only one other hike besides Kilauea Iki in the park, this should be it. And what a contrast it is to most other hikes in the park! On

Mau Loa o Mauna Ulu to Halape Backpack Trail :: Hilo, HI

The coves at Halape are considered the best along Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s Puna-Kau coast for scenery and for snorkeling. Halape is an extremely popular destination! (Please review the special hiking hints at the end Day 1 (71/2 miles). You

Mau Loa o Mauna Ulu to Keauhou Backpack Trail :: Hilo, HI

Here’s another route—besides that taken by Trips 38 and 39—to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s near-wilderness area along its Puna coast. Scattered widely across that area are three shelters and a cabin, each with a roof designed to catch rainwater a

Kilauea Iki Trail :: Hilo, HI

What does this trip offer you? Fabulous rainforest and crater scenery; a thrilling walk across a crater floor; and a visit to the site from which spewed the highest and hottest lava fountain ever recorded in Hawaiian history. If you have time for onl