We’re still not quite sure which waterfalls hike is worth your time.
We’ve compiled a list of the most popular waterfalls hikes in Maui, which is home to a number of iconic waterfalls.
Whether you’re looking for the highest waterfalls or the easiest hikes, the following hikes are all worth exploring.1.
Maui Waterfall, Waimea FallsIn the popular Waimealu Falls trail, you can hike up the mountain to Mt.
Maui, the highest waterfall in Hawaii.
The hike starts with the waterfall in the center of the trail, and the trail climbs over some steep rock steps to the summit.
The trail is relatively easy, and it’s not a long hike at all.
We recommend stopping at the Waimeanu Trailhead at the end of the hike to check out the trail and enjoy the view from the summit as you head down the trail.
The hike up Mt.
Hawaii starts in the Waimatikole Nature Center parking lot.
There are a few other parking lots around the park.
If you’re going to be staying overnight, you’ll want to park in the Hana Park lot on the way up.
The parking lot is also open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., which is ideal for getting some rest.2.
The Mauna Loa WaterfallHikers can hike all the way to the top of Mt.
Loa and back without a hike, and there are no parking lots or trails around the area.
It’s best to go to the Visitor Center at the bottom of the Mauna Kanaole trail, which leads to the lookout on the summit of the volcano.
You can get a good look at the volcano as it rises from the clouds, and if you’re feeling adventurous, you may want to hike up to the volcano itself to see if there’s a good spot to watch the lava rise.3.
Mauai Falls, Waiter Lakes, Maui FallsThe first time you hike into Waiter Lake, you’re greeted by a beautiful waterfall, and then it’s off to explore the other waterfalls in the area (including the ones we just mentioned).
This hike is not a very challenging hike.
It starts with a short hike to the waterfall, then you can enjoy the waterfalls views.
You’ll see that there are multiple waterfalls around the lake, and as you get closer to the bottom, you see the water level drop.
The easiest way to get to the water falls is to hike the trail from the Waiter Lagoon trailhead at Waiter Point.
The Trailhead is closed for the duration of the rainy season.
It is a great way to see the other waters in the lake.
The waterfall is at the base of the main waterfall, which sits at the edge of the water.
The top of the waterfall is a steep drop, and you can’t see the bottom.
If it’s your first time hiking the trail into Waite Lake, take it slow and keep an eye out for signs.4.
The Maui Lakes, Waite Lakes, Oahu, Oheka, Mauna KeaHikers are invited to join a team for a day hike into the Maui Mountains.
The Hike Waite Trailhead, located at the intersection of Waite Point Road and Mauna Kapoho Drive, connects to the Mauai Lakes Trailhead and Oahu Lakes Trail.
The first time hikers enter the trailhead, they’re greeted with a beautiful sunrise.
The trails are relatively short, but they’re not too steep and you should be able to hike a bit.
This hike has a very steep climb, and be prepared for the rocky terrain and steep elevation change.
If the hike seems too difficult, you could try to hike more slowly, which can get you to the trailheads easier.5.
Kilauea, Waikiki, Waiawa, WaaluhiHikers will enjoy a short day hike in the Mauau-Kilaueas backcountry.
The Kilaua River Trailhead leads hikers to the trails and the trails are fairly easy.
Hikers can see the beautiful waters in Waikikīkī, which rises from Kilaau Bay, and can see a waterfall on the trail right by the trail head.
This is the easiest hike in Kilauweas backpacking area.6.
Mauie Falls, Okea, Mauie, KailuaHikers who prefer to hike in their own vehicle should start their hike from the Kailuha Trailhead.
This route connects to Wailea Lake Trailhead Trailhead (also at the Kilaualoa Falls Trailhead), and is about 5 minutes to the Killauea River Trail.
This trailhead is not open to the public, but is open to hiker groups, and is open daily.
The Lake Hike Trailhead also connects