Looking for a great trail near Haiku, Maui? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, walking trails, kid friendly trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Haleakala National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Hookipa Beach Park. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Haiku ranging from 0.9 to 1.5 miles and from 488 to 1,085 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Looking for a great trail near Haiku, Maui? AllTrails has 7 great hiking trails, kid friendly trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Haleakala National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Hookipa Beach Park. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Haiku ranging from 0.9 to 1.5 miles and from 488 to 1,085 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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We only hiked a quarter up the trail up to the point where there is a big gate warning of all the dangers up ahead and staying it’s about a 30 minute hike from there. To the left of that gate is a beautiful swim area with two small waterfalls.

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scramble
23 hours ago

This is my favorite hike in Maui. Make it to all 4 falls for The best experience. Scramble up rock walls, rope swing. So much fun. The trail is “closed” but that doesn’t people don’t go. Just be smart if it rained heavy don’t go. If there is rain in the forecast don’t go. They closed this trial due to stupid people make dumb choices. It is safe in the right conditions. Entrance is right near the private property sign with the down fence. Hug the river

Easy, well manicured path through wildflowera and private farmland. Two small dimmable swimmable falls are near the parking lot with awesome Banyan trees growing on and around the falls. Hike for 20-30 minutes past a gate that says "experienced hikers only" to get to a much more private tall waterfall with cave behind it. This gate probably stops 75% of people from going to the last fall and involves two stream crossings that were very shallow when we visited. There is an optional side trail to get you to the too of the waterfall that we did not do. Standing on too of the waterfall is where I imagine the fatalities occur.

I would consider this an easy hike - really a road more than a trail for most of it. Private property just means they would like donations to support the toilets they provide so bring some cash. And respect the farm by staying on the main road. As the other reviewer mentioned YES go past the gate with the big warning sign that only experienced hikers should pass. It was still very easy past there and the pool and waterfall at the end were well worth it!

A little sketchy. Make sure to bring clothes you don’t mind getting muddy and shoes with some grip. Not a flip flop hike. There is a ladder and some scrambling to be done to get to the most picturesque falls.

hiking
private property
15 days ago

This hike was great! The bamboo forest is beautiful. You can easily get to 2 waterfalls...the second one with a great place to swim and a rope swing. To get to be last falls you need to climb a ladder and repel about a 5 foot section of rock with a rope. Getting up seemed OK, but getting down would be a challenge and a little sketchy. We decided not to chance it. Still well worth it!

Amazing to hike through the bamboo as it swayed and knocked in the wind making the coolest sound. There are a number of waterfalls (I think we made it to 4). Including one of the funnest rope swings I’ve ever done. This was one of my favorite hikes in Maui. You have to swim up river to one of the falls bc the trail ceases due to the thick foliage.

Our family favourite. Completed in March 2019.

4 Waterfalls, rope swing and bamboo forest. This is a must.

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bugs
private property
rocky
29 days ago

I’d recommend this trail if your looking for amazing smelling flowers, beautiful in all but wouldn’t do it again. Also I’d rate it as an easy hike, very kid friendly.

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rocky
scramble
29 days ago

Highly recommend the last stretch to the tallest fall. This is the part that requires you to swim through a beautiful mini-canyon, with hibiscus and ginger flowers all around. Could've spent all day here.

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muddy
private property
rocky
washed out
30 days ago

best swimming hole at the end if you make the trek to the very last waterfall.

Was our last day in Maui, so we just hiked down, but bring your towel if you got time to enjoy it.

hiking
private property
1 month ago

This was a beautiful trail with refreshing swimming at the waterfalls! We spent a lot of time at the rope swing at the second waterfall and did not climb up beyond there. We got a little off track on the way back up to the road since the bamboo trails were a bit like a maze, but there were enough people around that someone was able to point us back in the right direction. Getting to the first two waterfalls was not difficult and definitely worth it.

hiking
private property
1 month ago

nature trips
1 month ago

It was ok, but we regretted spending $15 each and our time as there were much better places to stop along Road to Hana

It was an ok very short hike. We saw some plantlife that we don't normally get to see at home but otherwise unremarkable.

This trail is on the road to Hana. Not really anything special or difficult for the most part but there was an accident yesterday that resulted in a fatality. Not clear on exactly what happened. This trail might be more appealing when there has been more rain and the falls have more volume.

hiking
private property
1 month ago

Great trail. The sign at the begining says private property where the fence is pealed back. The second waterfall is definitely the best. However if you brave the climb up the rickety ladder you will find two more falls and pools that are more secluded and private.

No point of view, not to do, really disappointing.

relatively easy. we went about 5pm. hardly anyone there. nice swimming hole with waterfall. the foliage along the path was beautiful.

I have to give this a five star rating due to the first waterfall having an awesome and fun 10 foot opportunity to jump off into deep water next to waterfall which was so much fun and exactly what I wanted to do in Maui at least once. The second waterfall and the larger of the two was pretty, but it was very crowded with young local kids. Good for them! But that didn’t make me want to stay long since it was sort of a party atmosphere, not as relaxing. The trail was easy to hike in my opinion, and the water levels were down, so crossing the river was a breeze. I hiked this five days ago.

It’s was awesome. Upper is fun but I didn’t jump. Only 9 ft deep with 50ft drop. Locals did but I was not brave enough. Lower is also beautiful and less dangerous looking. Definitely a highlight.

The trail is definitely challenging ! We got all the way to the last waterfall! There are many small falls along the way but keep trudging through on the paths !pass the first small fall to the next with the hanging rope from the tree and ladder to climb up so you can further on then you’re gonna walk on the trail then along or on rocks after the trail runs out you will be at another small waterfall/swim pool! Here you must leave your belongings and swim across about 400ft and climb up a few feet from the waterfall , this is the last climb and hardship about 30 feet is the magnificent huge swim area and waterfall very secluded and breathtaking! We were the only one there at that point! The waterfall is trickling down but still very beautiful!

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