With views of crater walls, lava tubes and cinder cones, the Halemauʻu Trail down to the Holua campground and back – 7.4 miles...
Don’t miss this one. Kalahaku Overlook (9324ft), 0.8 miles beyond Leleiwi Overlook, offers a bird’s-eye view of the crater floor and the...
Hour-long evening programs are offered between May and September at Hosmer Grove. These talks, which are free and ranger-led, are...
Leleiwi Overlook information
For your first look into the crater, stop at Leleiwi Overlook (8840ft), midway between the Park Headquarters Visitor Center and the summit. The overlook also provides a unique angle on the ever-changing clouds floating in and out. You can literally watch the weather form at your feet. From the parking lot, it’s a five-minute walk across a gravel trail to the overlook.
En route you’ll get a fine view of the West Maui Mountains and the flat isthmus connecting the two sides of Maui.