This Quarter’s Schedule

Outings with Sierra Club Maui Group

For all of our outings, we ask for the following:

1. Register for all hikes with the leader listed in the description. Please provide both an email address and a cell phone number where you can be reached at the start of the outing.

2. Be prepared for outings: Bring lunch, at least 1-2 liters of water, rain gear, sunscreen and appropriate footwear. Hiking boots are recommended for longer hikes.

3. A donation of $5 ($3 for Sierra Club members) is requested for all hikers over age 14 unless otherwise stated in a hike description.

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

At this time, masks are required while car-pooling but not otherwise during an outing.

If the hike description states an EMI waiver is required:
East Maui Irrigation Company (EMI) allows access to their trails as long as each hiker has a waiver. An EMI waiver is absolutely required for EMI hikes. Call in your waiver request at 579-9516 well in advance to make an appointment to sign it. Then go to EMI’s office at 8401 Pulehu Road to sign the waiver or ask to e-sign it. The office is in the Mahi Pono complex, which is actually a right turn from Pulehu Road onto South Firebreak Road. It is open Monday – Friday 7am-3pm. Waivers cannot be mailed, faxed, or emailed. Please be considerate of EMI staff time and pick up the waiver 5 days in advance whenever possible. The waiver must be brought on the hike and shown to the hike leader.


Hike description key: (C) conservation focus, such as discussing how to conserve this land for future generations to enjoy; (E) educational, such as visiting and learning about archeological sites and naming the plants and flowers; (S) service outing (no donation required), (D) round trip hike distance.

We always welcome more hike leaders! Send email to outings@mauisierraclub.org if you are interested.

Current Schedule

Check this site for updates to the schedule.

 

Saturday, September 25
Hāmākua Mālama service outing (C/E/S)
Ha‘ikū, 2 miles
Monthly community service outing to remove trash and keep coastal trails open on 300 acres of Hamakua lands purchased by Maui County. Bring gloves, water/hat/snacks / sturdy shoes. Meet 8:30 am at Ha‘ikū Community Center. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluzmaui@gmail.com> or 214-0147. Sign up here:
https://mauihikes.org/s/?id=725

Sunday October 10, 2021
Kuiaha Bay (C/E)
North Shore, 4 miles
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 8am Haiku Community Center. Leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com>
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Saturday October 16, 2021
Papa’aea Loop Hike
Huelo, 4 miles
Join us for a loop trail through a beautiful forest and to waterfalls and pools.
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Saturday October 30, 2021
Hamakua Malama service outing (C/E/S)
Ha‘ikū, 4 miles
Monthly community service outing to remove trash and keep coastal trails open on 300 acres of Hamakua lands purchased by Maui County. Bring gloves/water/hat/snacks / sturdy shoes. Meet 8:30 am at Ha‘ikū Community Center. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluzmaui@gmail.com> or 214-0147
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Sunday November 7, 2021
Kapalua Resort Coastal Trail hike (C/E)
West Maui, 3.5 miles
Mostly level. Hike spectacular Kapalua Resort Coastal Trail with optional swim/snorkel at Kapalua Bay. Meet 8:00 am at the Maui Ocean Center parking lot in Maalaea (the end near the gas station) to carpool. If you live on the West side, meet 8:45 am at D. T. Fleming Beach Park (the South parking lot) which is where the trail starts. Bring water, lunch, sun protection, camera, and optionally a swimsuit. Limit 18. Leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com>
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Saturday November 13, 2021
Iao Valley (C/E)
Wailuku, 4 miles
Take an invigorating hike in Iao Valley and then be prepared to cool off in the clear and refreshing waters of Iao Stream. The hike is mostly uphill until we turn around for our return. Some sections are a bit steep. Bring water, sunscreen, snacks. Meet at Iao Valley State Park at 8 a.m. Limit 12.. Leader: Miranda Camp <mauimiranda@hotmail.com>
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Saturday November 27, 2021
Hamakua Malama service outing (C/E/S)
Ha‘ikū, 4 miles
Monthly community service outing to remove trash and keep coastal trails open on 300 acres of Hamakua lands purchased by Maui County. Bring gloves/water/hat/snacks / sturdy shoes. Meet 8:30 am at Ha‘ikū Community Center. Limit 15. Leader: Lucienne de Naie <laluzmaui@gmail.com> or 214-0147
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Sunday November 28, 2021
Makena Shoreline Hike (C/E)
Makena, 4 miles
Moderate, pleasant walk on “fisherman’s trail”, road, sandy beaches, rocky beaches past tidepools to Keoneuli (Black Sand Beach). Beautiful views. Hiking stick useful. Meet 8 am in public parking lot for Polo Beach, near entrance. Almost entirely exposed, so bring sun protection. We’ll stop to eat anything we have with us at Keoneuli. Limit 15. Leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com>
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Sunday December 12, 2021
Kanaio Beach (C/E)
La Perouse, 6 miles
Kings Highway from La Perouse Bay to shady beach south of major lava flow with interesting archeological artifacts. Bring lunch, water, hat and sunscreen. Also bring a bathing suit (also water shoes for the rocky entry) if you want to get into the water at Kanaio Beach. Most of the hike is on lava and fully exposed to the sun. Meet at Kihei Community Center at 8 am. Leader: Rob Weltman <robw@worldspot.com>
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