Friday, February 10, 2012

Wild Weather High on Hawaii's Haleakala Volcano

White-out fog, lashing rain, ice storms, intense high-altitude sunshine followed by hypothermia-inducing drops in temperature -- if all this weather mayhem sounds like your kind of outdoor adventure, check out what advice our sister blog, Top Trails: Hiking on Maui, has for hiking and backpacking in the summit wilderness atop Maui's iconic volcano inside Haleakala National Park.


Related posts:
Hidden Hiking Trails in West Maui
NPR Interview: Hiking and Ecotourism in Hawaii
Our National Parks: So Wild That You Should Sue?


Photo credit: Haleakala National Park (Michael Connolly Jr.)

3 comments:

  1. I saw you in your Subaru driving up the grade to Thousand Oaks on the 101 South.
    Neat!

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  2. Hey, very cool! Thanks for leaving a comment, and happy travels to you.

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  3. I think I'll check the weather forcast next time before getting up at 2:00 AM to catch the sunrise, lol!

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