This Easy Trail In Hawaii Leads To The Summit Of A Volcanic Cinder Cone
The Hawaiian Islands are not only home to magnificent beaches, but world-class hiking as well. And with near-perfect summer weather year-round, there’s nowhere better to lace up your hiking boots and hit the trails than our beautiful islands. And while we love coastal trails and waterfall hikes as much as the next person, today, we’re heading off the beaten path to a little-known trail that’s unlike any other you’ll find in the Aloha State. Ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Lace up those hiking boots, because we’re headed to Mauna Ulu.
The Pu’u Huluhulu Trailhead is located at the intersection of Saddle Road and the Mauna Kea Access Road on Hawaii Island. For more information, head on over to AllTrails or visit the National Park Service website.