Maui Hiking- Plan your hike by knowing the terrain to be covered, the length of the trail, weather conditions, time of day, and hazards along the trail. Allow ample time to return before nightfall by figuring 1.5 miles per hour. Carry proper equipment, including a first aid kit and plenty of water. Wear proper shoes and clothing. Stay on the designated trail and be extra cautious when crossing streams and walking on wet, slippery trails or on loose, crumbly soil or rock. Hike in a group and keep track of those in your party.
Na Ala Hele Trail and Access System - select a trail you wish to explore. Click on the numbered button to view a photo, detailed map and technical data for your trail.
Wildernet - Guide to Outdoor recreation. Links to all Maui Hiking and walking trails.
Maui Hiking Safaris - I would like to extend to you an invitation to join me on the trail. I have been hiking on Maui since 1981 and have been in business since 1994.
Hike Maui - Our most popular hike. Great waterfalls, big, clear swimming pools, terrific bamboo and tropical rainforests, fresh-water streams. Everyone likes to shower under a Hawaiian waterfall. Choice of two different valleys for this trip. Just click on the photo to read about both. Hike Maui's tropical rainforest and swim beneath breath taking waterfalls with Hawaiian Hiking Co., Maui Hawaii's most experienced and affordable hiking company.
Maui Hiking Trails - As a rule, Maui's streams with their relatively warm waters often contain bacterial counts exceeding the safe limits established by the Department of Health.