Take a crash course in vulcanology as you hike into a giant dormant volcano on this exotic 5.3-mile out-and-back on the island of Maui.
This 9.2-mile dayhike drops into the muzzle of the world’s largest dormant volcano.
This 5.5-miler descends into the Haleakala Crater, circles the Ka Lu’u o ka ‘O’o cinder cone, and showcases views of volcanic landscapes.
This 3.6-mile route in Haleakala National Park leads through bamboo forests to a 400-foot spring-fed waterfall in a sheer-walled lava amphitheater.
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