Hike the Waihe'e Ridge Trail

Hawaii Waihe'e Ridge Trailhead

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This 4 mile out-and-back ridge hike in the West Maui Forest Reserve offers great views of the mountains and the Pacific on cloudless days. 

Waihe'e Ridge is a great hike for those looking for a hike to see waterfalls or to get a little exercise in. The trail is dog-friendly, but dogs must be kept on leash. Keep in mind there could be wet weather on the hike, so bring any necessary items (light waterproof jacket, hat, etc.). 

Photos: Aaron Fellmeth PhotographyCassi Gurrell

Pack List

  • Trail Shoes
  • Water
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
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Activities:

Hiking, Photography

Skill Level:

Intermediate

Season:

Year Round

Trail Type:

Out-and-Back

Distance:

4 Miles

Elev. Gain:

1500 Feet

Rating:

Features:

Dog Friendly
Romantic
Scenic
Waterfall

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How to Get There

6 days ago

Very Muddy

Very muddy but lots of fun! At the base of the trail and near the gate, there is usually a collection of sticks that can be used as a walking stick. Make sure to grab one for the mud section :)

6 days ago

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