West Maui

Summary

The West Maui Mountains or West Maui Volcano, known to the Hawaiians as Maui Komohana and to geologists as Mauna Kahalawai, forms a much eroded shield volcano that constitutes the western one-quarter of the Hawaiian Island of Maui.

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Walks in West Maui

Very Easy
1 km
30 mins

ʻĪao Needle Lookout Trail

An eroded volcanic core (similar to Glasshouse Mountains, Queensland) nestled within a deep valley.

Easy
6.1 km
2 hrs

Swinging Bridges Trail

Hike through rainforest and across two swinging bridges (think Indiana Jones) over a stream.