eco-activities

Enjoy the open spaces of Haleakala Ranch and stop by our Visitors Center located at the 4,000-foot elevation level en route to Haleakala National Park on Crater Road (State Highway 378) for these first class eco-activities:

Skyline Eco-Adventures

founded in 2002 as the first zipline company in the United States. The Haleakala Ranch Skyline Tour blends a short hiking experience with seven zipline crossings through Eucalyptus forest and over Ranch pastures - each slightly longer and slightly higher, a swinging bridge, and an introduction to Hawaii's unique, fragile landscape by friendly and knowledgeable guides. Committed to Carbon Neutral operations, Skyline also demonstrates their commitment to the environment by pledging a portion of revenues to conservation efforts on Maui.

 

Pony Express Tours

has been Maui's premiere horseback tour outfitter since this family business opened at Haleakala Ranch in 1983. Explore the majestic scenery of Haleakala Ranch and the moonscape terrain of Haleakala Crater the way the paniolo of old did – on horseback! Narrated and guided by expert wranglers, there is no better way to experience Haleakala.

 

Maui Lavender & Botanicals

This quaint lavender farm features an aromatic walking garden and handcrafted products such as essential oils, soaps, lotions, perfumes, candles and more. The sensuous product line even extends to the taste buds with lavender ice cream, cookies and tea.

Local Products

Maui Cattle Company

This partnership of six local ranches produces healthy grass-fed Maui beef and lamb that is free of artificial ingredients, hormones and antibiotics. Much of the livestock is raised on Haleakala Ranch pastures. Available at various Maui stores and restaurants.

Maui Floral

Maui Floral grows and ships tropical flowers of Hawaii, including the exotic protea, from its 20-acre farm located on Haleakala Ranch lands. Offerings include tropical arrangements, lei, orchid plants and more.

Haleakala Distillers

Haleakala Distillers is a small craft distillery that is family-owned and operated. Its award-winning artisan rums and okolehao liqueur are distilled on the Ranch from 100% Maui-grown natural ingredients. Available at fine Hawaii liquor stores and through the internet for most states.

Maui Nui Farm

Maui Nui Farm is a 40-acre farm on ranch land owned by Nui Mizel and her son, Kit. Kula is famous for its sweet onions and fresh greens. The cooler temperatures, rich soil, and regular rainfall make it perfectly suited for growing healthy produce. The farm grows lettuce, zucchini, squash, broccoli, bananas, papayas, strawberries, gold potatoes, and flowers. Enjoy a wide a selection of fresh fruits and vegetables at the Farmers Market every Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9am to 5pm at Maui Nui Farm on Lower Kula Road.

hiking

WAIKAMOI Cloud Forest Hike

Here in a windswept cloud forest, native plants, birds, and invertebrates have woven an ecological fabric that supports some of the rarest and most beautiful of Earth's creatures. Once frequented only by those versed in proper protocol to enter the wao akua (realm of the gods), access to the preserve is offered through interpretive hikes led by The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii or Haleakala National Park staff.

Hikes are scheduled on Mondays and Thursdays at 8:45 am. Meet near Hosmer Grove - just inside the entrance to Haleakala National Park. Arrive at least five minutes early and bring layered clothing, rain gear, water and sturdy shoes. This hike is moderately strenuous and takes about three hours.

Reservations are required.
Call up to one week in advance of hike
by calling 808 572-4459.