Polipoli Spring

State Recreation Area - Hawaiʻi

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area is on the island of Maui about ten miles from Kula up the slope of Haleakalā. Located at about 6,200 feet (1,900 m) above sea level, the park extends through the fog belt of the mountain forests. The high-elevation climate can be cold, with nighttime temperatures below freezing. Very tall, non-native trees dominate the landscape, especially at higher elevations There are four main trails. The Haleakalā Ridge Trail enters the recreation area. It features scrub, grassland, and forest habitat with cinder substrates. The adjacent Plum Trail is planted with plum and other trees. The Polipoli Trail, which starts within the recreation area, features various conifers. The Redwood Trail is used for mountain biking. Visitors can view redwoods and an old ranger's cabin.

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maps

Driving Map of Maui in Hawaii. Published by the Maui Visitors & Convention Bureau.Maui - Driving Map

Driving Map of Maui in Hawaii. Published by the Maui Visitors & Convention Bureau.

Vintage map of Hawaiian Islands - Maui 1951. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).Maui - Vintage USGS Map - Maui 1951

Vintage map of Hawaiian Islands - Maui 1951. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

brochures

A Visitor's Guide to Hawaiʻi State Park Resources and Recreational Opportunities. Published by Hawaii State Parks.Hawaiʻi State Parks - Visitor's Guide

A Visitor's Guide to Hawaiʻi State Park Resources and Recreational Opportunities. Published by Hawaii State Parks.

Brochure about Hiking Safely in Hawaiʻi. Published by Hawaii State Parks.Hawaiʻi State Parks - Hiking Safely

Brochure about Hiking Safely in Hawaiʻi. Published by Hawaii State Parks.

Polipoli Spring SRA https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/parks/oahu/ulupo-heiau-state-historic-site/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polipoli_Spring_State_Recreation_Area Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area is on the island of Maui about ten miles from Kula up the slope of Haleakalā. Located at about 6,200 feet (1,900 m) above sea level, the park extends through the fog belt of the mountain forests. The high-elevation climate can be cold, with nighttime temperatures below freezing. Very tall, non-native trees dominate the landscape, especially at higher elevations There are four main trails. The Haleakalā Ridge Trail enters the recreation area. It features scrub, grassland, and forest habitat with cinder substrates. The adjacent Plum Trail is planted with plum and other trees. The Polipoli Trail, which starts within the recreation area, features various conifers. The Redwood Trail is used for mountain biking. Visitors can view redwoods and an old ranger's cabin.

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