I don’t usually go hiking, but I was surprised to find myself walking along the coast of Maui.
In the fall, the Pacific Ocean’s northernmost point is always a favorite spot for waterfalls, and Maui is no exception.
But for many, it’s also a perfect place to explore the many, many waterfalls that dot the islands.
Below, we’ve broken down the top 10 waterfalls on Maui and how to find them.
Maui Falls (Mauia Falls) The first waterfall of the Pacific Northwest is not as far south as it may sound.
Located just north of downtown Seattle, it rises above the waterfalls of Lake Washington, and it’s not uncommon to see it in full bloom in the winter.
In addition to its name, the water is called “Mauie,” after a Hawaiian princess.
The water falls at a height of 2,000 feet (610 meters), which is a lot to take in at once.
When it finally reaches the water, you’ll be rewarded with a 360-degree view of the ocean, and the perfect opportunity to explore an entire canyon full of waterfalls.
To get there, head up the ridge of the volcano Mauna Kea, which overlooks the falls.
If you’re not careful, you may run into some rocks and other debris that can block your view of this waterfall.
You may also find yourself scrambling across a small patch of land in the middle of the falls, which will be a nice spot to get some shade and rest after the intense sun.
The Falls of Mauia (Mauritania Falls) Mauia Falls is located on the north side of the island of Mauai, a tiny, volcanic island just west of Seattle.
The waters of this island are incredibly clear, and you can walk along the water’s edge and admire the amazing sights.
There are also a number of smaller falls that dot its coast, including one called the “Ding-a-ling,” which is just north-south along the Maui Falls.
You can also see the “Pangaea Falls” and “Moe-Kai Falls” near the falls in the distance.
Both of these falls are in the same area, and are popular tourist spots.
Turtle Beach (Turtle Rock) There’s not a lot of hiking in the area around Turtle Rock, which is also known as “The Beach” because of the waves and the waves crashing into it.
The only hiking that is allowed is for those who are prepared to walk a bit.
To start your trip, head east from Turtle Rock and make your way through the sand.
This is one of the best places to hike when the water level is low, as the sand is so soft.
You will pass a waterfall on your right, and then a waterfall just above you, just a few hundred feet away.
The next few hundred yards are where you’ll want to be careful as the water begins to rush towards you.
The waterfall is at a level of 10 feet (3 meters) and you should be able to walk over it and into the water without getting wet.
Once you are inside, you will notice a trail of water to your left.
Continue on the trail to a small waterfall and follow it.
At the bottom, there is another trail that leads up to a little waterfall, which you should follow to the top of the waterfall.
At this point, you can either go back to Turtle Rock or hike to the nearby town of Maua, but you’ll find the hike to be much easier.
The top of Mauo Falls is known as the “Turtle Rocks” because they are so large.
The path you will take will be slightly uphill.
You should be very careful as you are about to cross a bridge and fall into a huge rock, which can be extremely slippery.
You’ll be able walk over the bridge to the other side and back, or just stand on the side of a rocky outcrop.
After you are done hiking, you should take a short dip in the water and enjoy the view.
Lake Tahoe (Tahoe Falls) Lake Tahoe is not only a popular vacation spot in the West, but it’s the only place in the world where you can get a 360 degree view of Lake Tahoes waters.
There’s a great reason for that: The waterfalls are so beautiful.
The lake is so big, it has an area of about 6,500 feet (2,100 meters) of water, which translates into about 2,800 feet (760 meters) in elevation.
The largest falls are on the island at the southern tip of the lake.
These waterfalls reach heights of 5,000 to 6,000-foot (1,000 meters) above the sea level.
You might think that these falls would be too high to even cross, but in fact, they are a lot easier to