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Haleakala National Park

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Haleakala National Park

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Dayna wrote a review Yesterday
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Only had a short while to do this on our last day because of a storm that hit the other days we were in Maui. The drive to Haleakala Nat'l Park is a windy scenic one with views far and deep of the island and surrounding waters - barely looks real and photos don't do justice. The Leleiwi Overlook is a short walk to a beautiful viewpoint, however weather conditions change instantly (described on an info board) and your majestic scenery disappears *into thin air* right before your eyes. We parked at the top and it was winter conditions with temps in the 30s, windy AF and fog so thick you couldn't see 2 feet in front of you. We waited a little while but we were not prepared with proper layering/clothing/gear and we were short on time so we just drove back down slightly bummed but still mostly in awe of how worth-it the drive alone was. Descending down the curves of the mountain the weather cleared up again. Would go back with a coat, hat and gloves!!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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jrbonnst wrote a review 9 Jan
Slayton, Minnesota56 contributions3 helpful votes
This national park is open again, although the visitor centers are closed. Bathrooms and water bottle refilling are available. This is a fascinating experience for all - to drive to the top of the mountain and then look inside the crater of a long dormant volcano! Beautiful scenery of multiple biomes along the way. At the end, you’re above the clouds and on a clear day you can see all of Maui and much of the nearby islands. If you are lucky, you may also get to see a nene’ (endangered bird)! Suggestions- watch for bikers on the road up/down the mountain. Bring along a sweatshirt or light jacket, it’s much cooler on top. No gas/snacks available along most of the road, so plan accordingly. Bring a good camera - these are ‘once in a lifetime’ views! Hiking trails available for those interested. Camping hasn’t reopened yet. Sunrise visits are available again with pre-registration.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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C K wrote a review 2 Jan
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Amazing views, a variety of lookouts and hikes. Camping too when itʻs not covid season. I love hiking out Halemauu a bit beyond "rainbow bridge" the views are spectacular without intense hiking. The cloud forest with native birds and plants in Hosmerʻs Grove are Maui treasures.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Ory wrote a review Dec 2020
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Apparently one needs to make a reservation to enter and see the sunrise prior to 6:59 but are free to enter at 7am. They claim they were trying to keep at 50 people people but how would that work if one can enter shortly after sunrise and join the reserved people? Mountain View and sunrise are beautiful the mindsets running the park not so much. Be sure to reserve your entry to the national park to watch the sunrise.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Sondra W wrote a review Dec 2020
Manhattan Beach, California601 contributions378 helpful votes
We went first thing in the morning. The drive is part of the adventure to get there - you wind up on along the cliff of the volcano. The views are inspiring as you climb above the cloud line. We were fortunate, and it was a completely clear day. The view inside the crater of all the cinder cones and the long drive up makes you feel that you have driven so high that you have reached another planet. You see mounds of multi-colored cinder cones spread throughout the crater. They say that the crater wasn't created how typically created, but rather by enclosing in on itself. Definitely worth the trip to be aweinspired by both inside the crater and outside.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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