Palau’ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites- Northwest

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Friday, June 16 – Palau’ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites- Northwest
(C/E) D= 2 mi R/T. Explore walls and ridgelines and mark cultural sites in northwest Wailea 670 preserve. Rugged terrain. closed shoes/boots, long pants and good balance a must. Bring water, hiking stick, cameras. Meet 3 pm at top of Kaukahi Rd in Wailea. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluz@maui.net> or 214-0147.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Makena Shoreline Hike

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Sunday, June 18 – Makena Shoreline Hike
(C/E) D=3 mi R/T. Moderate. Narrow “fisherman’s trail” in sections. Help keep public access open, enjoy beautiful views with varying shoreline. Bring a snack for the end point at Black Sand Beach. Meet 9:00 a.m. in public parking lot for Polo Beach. Limit 15. Register with leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com> or 354-0490.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Palau’ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites – Northwest

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Friday May 12 – Palau’ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites – Northwest
(C/E) D= 2 mi R/T. Explore and mark unique cultural sites in northwest Wailea 670 preserve. Rugged terrain. closed shoes/boots, long pants and good balance a must. Bring water, hiking stick, cameras. Meet 2 pm at top of Kaukahi Rd in Wailea. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluz@maui.net> or 214-0147.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Palau’ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites – Southeast

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Sunday, April 30 – P?lau?ea/Wailea 670 Cultural Sites- Southeast
(C/E) D= 2 mi R/T.  Explore rare stepping stone trails in Southeastern part of 161 acre Wailea 670 preserve. Rugged terrain. closed shoes/boots, long pants and good balance a must. Bring water, hiking stick, cameras. Meet 3 pm at top of Kaukahi Rd in Wailea. Limit 15. Leader: Miranda Camp <mauimiranda@hotmail.com> or 868-6848.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Kuiaha Bay

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Saturday, April 15 – Kuiaha Bay
(C/E) D=3 mi RT. Moderate, some uphill. Historically rich, dazzling hidden gem along Haiku coastline. Valley has had restoration work to traditional ag by Waikikena Foundation. Limit 18. Meet 9am Haiku Community Center. Leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com> or 354-0490.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Kihei Coastal Trail and Beach Cleanup

Please register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. 

Saturday, April 8 – Kihei Coastal Trail and Beach Cleanup
Stroll along the Kihei Coastal Trail between Kamaole 3 Beach and Keawakapu Beach while collecting trash before it makes it into our ocean and harms wildlife. Afterwards you can join a fun snorkel to remove fishing gear from our reefs. We will see plenty of Green Sea Turtles and other ocean life from land and sea. Meet Kamaole 3 Beach Park parking lot south end at 8 am. Leader: Miranda Camp <mauimiranda@hotmail.com> or 868-6848.

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Please be prepared for outings: bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means conservation, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy.

(E) means educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers.

(S) indicates a service outing.

(D) is the round trip hike distance.

Wailea 670 / Palau’ea Native Plant Hike

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Friday, March 31

Wailea 670 / Palau’ea Native Plant Hike

(C/E) D= 2 mi R/T.

Explore Maui’s rarest native ecosystems- dryland forests at the 161 acre Wailea 670 preserve. Rugged terrain. closed shoes/boots, long pants and good balance a must. Bring water, hiking stick, cameras. Meet 2 pm at top of Kaukahi Rd in Wailea. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluz@maui.net> or 214-0147.

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Please be prepared for outings. Bring lunch, water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested of hikers over age 14.

Hike Descriptions Key:

(C) means the hike has a conservation focus, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy

(E) means the hike has an educational component, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers

(D) is the round trip hike distance in miles