Hiking on Maui and in Hawai’i
Join Sierra Club Maui on an outing!
Check out our calendar of Upcoming Events and our list of hikes.
- Na Ala Hele is the State of Hawai’i Trail and Access Program. You can read more about its history and visit their website for a list of public access trails.
- While hiking in Hawai’i is extremely rewarding, hikers should read up on how and where they can hike safely and how to be culturally respectful. Scroll down to learn more.
- If you have questions about hiking, you can contact us.
We encourage all hikers to learn how to be respectful of environmental features and cultural sites that are sacred to kānaka maoli (Native Hawaiians) before you hike through them.
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Conservation & Health Issues
The Hawaiian islands suffers from many invasive plant and animal species as well as plant-killing diseases. Some are present on all the islands, while others are not. If you’re visiting multiple islands, you can help stop the spread by following safety protocols.
Learn about how to prevent the spread of Rapid Ohia Death (ROD), especially if you visited Hawai’i Island (aka the Big Island)
HUMAN HEALTH: Rat Lung Worm Disease/Infection – Learn how to protect yourself from this painful infection.
Maui County’s Maui Ready website offers information on how to prepare for an emergency on Maui, plus general safety and public health issues to be aware of.