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Another short but rewarding hike on HI340. If you are heading from the Lahaina area (and really, if you are out this way, who isn't?) it will be on the ocean side in between the Nakalele Blowhole and Olivine Pools. There is minimal parking, which is surprising given the sweeping views of the Pacific. There is also a paved overlook area if you do not feel like meandering down the trail.

At the trailhead a sign states that the loop is 1.2 miles in length; as well as showing an interpretation of the trail. I got a slightly longer distance on my GPS by a few tenths of a mile. The trail itself meanders through tall grass until it reaches a pretty nifty overlook of the surrounding ocean. There isn't much to say about the trail other than in this case, it is definitely more about the destination than the journey.


Be sure to follow the signage and respect the cliffs. Any slippage would certainly land you in the newspaper talking about how another tourist perished doing something stupid.
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Difficulty 1 of 5
Route Finding 1 of 5
Distance Round Trip 1.2 miles
Trailhead Elevation 273 feet
Elevation Gain 200 feet
Avg Time Round Trip 1 hour
Kokopelli Seeds 2.2
Course Loop Hike
Author syoung
Descriptions 5
Routes 13
Photos 761
Trips 373 map ( 2,326 miles )
Age 37
Location Mesa, AZ
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Sun  6:51am - 5:45pm
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1.4  Olivine Pools
3.6  Nakalele Blowhole
4.3  Honolua Bay
4.4  Lipoa Point
4.8  DT Fleming Beach Park to Makaluapuna Point
5.1  Kapalua Fleming Beach
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by syoung

Another short but rewarding hike on HI340. If you are heading from the Lahaina area (and really, if you are out this way, who isn't?) it will be on the ocean side in between the Nakalele Blowhole and Olivine Pools. There is minimal parking, which is surprising given the sweeping views of the Pacific. There is also a paved overlook area if you do not feel like meandering down the trail.

At the trailhead a sign states that the loop is 1.2 miles in length; as well as showing an interpretation of the trail. I got a slightly longer distance on my GPS by a few tenths of a mile. The trail itself meanders through tall grass until it reaches a pretty nifty overlook of the surrounding ocean. There isn't much to say about the trail other than in this case, it is definitely more about the destination than the journey.


Be sure to follow the signage and respect the cliffs. Any slippage would certainly land you in the newspaper talking about how another tourist perished doing something stupid.
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    Follow Highway 30 and Highway 340 for roughly 16.5 miles from the Royal Lahaina Resort. The parking area/trailhead will be on the left about 2.5 miles past the parking area for Nakalele Blowhole.
    page created by syoung on Oct 18 2016 10:16 am
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