Tag Archive: Maui travel

Somewhere over the Maui rainbow

The Maui Trailblazer guidebook’s new sing-along trailer: enjoy the ride

Ziplining on Maui

Morning commute. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Maui’s Daring Black Rock Jumpers

Keka’a Point, or Black Rock, is where spirits of the dead were said to launch themselves in ancient times to join their Polynesian ancestors in the other world. Today, jumpers are just aiming… Continue reading

A visit to Lahaina, Maui

The Lahaina Harbor is in front of the old courthouse, which is a visitors center with knowledgeable and free walking maps. For the Lahaina Seawall—a must-do side-trip—walk over to the prominent Lahaina Lighthouse,… Continue reading

New York Times: Georgia O’keeffe in Hawaii and Maui Trailblazer

IF YOU GO WHAT TO SEE “Many of the attractions of the Hana district are easy to find: the black sand beaches with wild lava formations and lush rain forests extend along the… Continue reading

Slip Sliding Away on Maui’s Haleakala

With a trailhead at 10,000 feet, hikers may feel gleefully airborne when descending on the Sliding Sands Trail into the vast eroded valley pocked with volcanic cones on Haleakala volcano. A network of… Continue reading

Inspiration and Direction: The Maui Book

  Publication Date: March 9, 2012 A guide for families and outdoor adventurers alike, Maui Trailblazer 2012 covers all of the island, and includes day trips to the neighboring islands of Molokai, Lanai,… 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