The One Majestic Spot In Hawaii That Will Make You Feel Like You’re At The North Pole

No one really expects to see snow when they visit Hawaii, do they? After all, many people travel to the beautiful Aloha State in an attempt to escape cold weather and snow. But snow is exactly what you’ll find if you head to the summit of Hawaii’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea. Now, obviously, Mauna Kea isn’t always covered in snow, and the conditions have to be just right, but on Wednesday, a storm rolled through and the summit; was covered in a blanket of glistening white snow — just in time for Christmas!

This incredible timelapse found on The Washington Post’s website depicts Mauna Kea’s snowy conditions earlier this week:

For up to date weather conditions on the summit, check out Mauna Kea’s live streaming weather cams. Want to learn more about Mauna Kea? Click here!

And if you’re looking for a little more Christmas cheer to make your holiday memorable, why not listen to these 8 Hawaiian Christmas songs?