Scenic wildland beach park characterized by prominent cinder cone Puu Olai and large white sand beach. Swimming during calm seas, bodysurfng, board surfng, shore fishing, and beach- related activities. No drinking water. CAUTION: Shore break can be dangerous.

Trail has a sign that says it's closed.

not pet friendly, not kid friendly, not moderate. it was steep, slippery, overgrown. it was an incredible view and the real hikers enjoyed it but it is not for the average person and on a sunny day would be bruttle.

so beautiful and just a good walk to get away for a few.

Short hike in return for the amazing view. Can verify that the side of the hill close to little beach is steep and has loose rock. Would only recommend going up that side for experienced hikers. It is not maintained so the trail gets a little spotty in some spots. Definitely worth checking out though.

Beautiful at sunset and very easy! Nice view of all the fancy resorts too.

Nice way to burn some calories. Beautiful views.

Some beautiful views of the ocean from the boardwalk, definitely the high rent district on Maui. Fun to walk by the hotels, check out the pools. Great stop on way back from Makena Beach on your way back to the west end.

Have been here twice; both times accessed via Makena (Big Beach); the coolest part is hiking up and over the volcanic separator between Makena and Little Beach. The locals are protective of their turf, so no gawking and respect their privacy. Little Beach frames the northwest side of Maui nicely, makes for some beautiful shots. A hangout for free spirits.

The trail to the top is very thin and hard to find. A lot of loose rock/dirt and very steep in places. Beautiful views from the lower coastal part of the trail.