Tag Archive: Maui hikes

King’s Trail is a walk on Maui’s wild side

Not far from where the road ends beyond ritzy Wailea, the rugged King’s Trail begins its 12-mile run along the island’s arid and out-there south coast. The trail dates from King Pi’ilani in… Continue reading

Maui’s Skyline Trail: A well-kept secret at Haleakala National Park

About 1.5 million people visit Haleakala National Park each year, and almost all take in the view from 10,000-foot-high Red Hill Summit (often shrouded with lower-lying clouds). And maybe half the people at… Continue reading

Hana Highway Maui: the journey is the destination

Hana is a sleepy hamlet at the end of a long and winding road (to paraphrase George Harrison, who had a getaway pad halfway along). The highway’s dozens of narrow bridges and cliff-hanging… Continue reading