Honolua Ridge Hike
$125 per hiker | 3 hours
Located in West Maui, above the prestigious Kapalua resort area, this extraordinary hike takes you into the historic Maunalei Arboretum, ascending the Honolua Ridgeline, ending at an incredible lookout with panoramic views of the Pu’u Kukui Watershed Preserve.
Forget about waterfalls! This tour helps you understand why waterfalls exist in the first place. In addition to the captivating stories and endless knowledge from your naturalist guide, adventure seekers can swing from vines on one of Maui’s largest Banyan trees, as well as walk through an ancient coffee farm and marvel at some of our island’s oldest native trees.
This trail is 2 miles roundtrip with several stop along the way. It’s perfect for the whole family and all ages are welcome. Our guides are local, born and raise on Maui, with incredible knowledge and insight of our cherished island we call home. No one is doing what we’re doing, so come with us into the mountains and discover what you’ve been missing on your Maui vacation.
What People are saying
Our guide Kevin was very knowledgeable and passionate about this area having a direct family history connection to it.
Hike is pretty easy. Hiking or running shoes are still a good idea with the few slippery spots if it’s wet which it usually is.
We really enjoyed the tour!
Pu’u Kukui Watershed Preserve
Pu’u Ku Kui serves as the source of both irrigation and potable water for Kapalua Resort, Kapala Farms, Maui Pineapple Co. and West Maui residents from Kapalua to Honokowai. Conservation endeavors include non-native invasive species control, weed control, monitoring, research and most importantly protecting rare species.