Trails Near West Maui Forest Reserve - Maui County, HI


Latitude: 20.825
Longitude: -156.59722

Nearest City
Olowalu, HI (1.8 miles away)

West Maui Forest Reserve, a park located in Maui County, Hawaii. Topo map of lat 20.8250 and long -156.5972. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for West Maui Forest Reserve.

Nearby Trails

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  • Lahaina Pali Trail from the Ukumehame (West) Trailhead
    The Lahaina Pali Trail is an old Hawaiian horse and foot trail built in the early 1800s. The trail was used as a more direct route across the arid southern slopes of the West Maui Mount…

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  • Launiupoki - Maui
    Like Waikiki, Launiupoko is one of the great fun beginner spots—easy, well lined up, and fun. A must-surf spot both for fun and to appreciate its history. This is one of Maui’s traditio…

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  • Kapilau Ridge Trail to Wailuku Cross
    Kapilau Ridge, at the west end of Wailuku, separates the Iao Valley from the Waikapu Valley. This ridge trail is a short, steep unmaintained footpath directly up the ridge to a large wo…

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  • Puamana Park - Maui
    Puamana Park: summer surf, sunset and barbecues, longboarding heaven, and a neat small-wave spot for most of the year. It breaks off a line of reef 200 yards out and goes very shallow a…

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  • 'Iao Needle
    This hike takes you into the misty green forest at the western end of the island to one of Maui’s most famous landmarks. ’Iao Needle is a lava spire thrusting up out of the dense, damp …

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  • Iao Needle Overlook and Botanical Garden, Iao Valley State Park
    Iao Valley, an ancient sacred site and spiritual center, sits in a rich green chasm in the West Maui Mountains above the town of Wailuku. The six-acre state park is home of Kukaemoku, c…

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  • Iao Valley
    Central Maui’s most popular tourist stop, this state park offers exhilarating views of Iao Needle against a painterly backdrop of the West Maui Mountains, often veiled by rain clouds an…

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  • Kepaniwai Park and Heritage Gardens
    This walk follows a lovely winding path through gardens, ceremonial structures, and statuary celebrating the various cultures that have been stirred into the melting pot of presentday H…

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  • Ma`alaea Pipeline - Maui
    Found in Ma`alaea Bay on the west coast of Maui, Ma`alaea Pipeline is known as one of the fastest waves in the world. This reef-break right-hander works in a south swell and is the hair…

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