22 mi 35 km of trail — 4 Featured Rides
The island has a handful of good rides that can keep you busy for a few days. Start with the Kahakapao Loop in Makawao Forest Reserve to get a sampling of the red dirt and dense forest on the north shore. If you like to catch air, you can also find the Makawao Flow Trail here.
For a little more adventure, head up to the top of Haleakala. At just over 10,000 feet this dormant volcano is the starting point for the Skyline Downhill, a thrilling adventure that takes you down from Maui's highest elevations to the ocean.
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Maui also has plenty of micro-climates with its rugged and diverse terrain. One part of the island can be bathing in sun, while another can be shrouded in misty clouds.
The Polipolio Springs area, with cinder-based soil, is better riding after some moisture and very dusty when dry.
The trails in Makawao Forest Reserve are optimal when dry and best avoided when wet.
Haleakala National Park is also a big draw and worth the drive to look inside the crater rim at 10,000+ feet.
If you just want to experience the beauty and laid back lifestyle of Maui then a drive to Hana might just do the trick. It's a long, winding and scenic road.
Featured Rides in Maui - 4
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16.6 mi 26.7 km • Point to Point • 100 ft Ascent 30.59 m Ascent
Singletrack Kēōkea, HI( 11 )
17.8 mi 28.6 km • Point to Point • 186 ft Ascent 56.81 m Ascent
Singletrack Kēōkea, HI( 1 )
Trails in Maui - 9
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|1.9 mi 3.0 km||Makawao, HI||12|
|6.7 mi 10.8 km||Kēōkea, HI||2|
|2.5 mi 4.1 km||Makawao, HI||1|
|1.8 mi 2.9 km||Kēōkea, HI||6|
|0.5 mi 0.8 km||Makawao, HI||1|
|4.6 mi 7.3 km||Kēōkea, HI||2|
|2.5 mi 4.1 km||Makawao, HI||2|
|1.3 mi 2.1 km||Makawao, HI||1|
|0.2 mi 0.4 km||Makawao, HI||0|
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