Crater Rim Trail
Traversing the summit caldera of Kīlauea, Crater Rim Trail includes dramatic views, steam vents, and amazing plant life.
Explore the 1969-1974 lava flows of Maunaulu and hike to the top of Puʻuhuluhulu Cinder Cone.
Hike down to the floor of Kīlauea caldera, with possible longer connections to Byron Ledge, Kīlauea Iki, and Nāhuku.
Nāhuku (Thurston Lava Tube)
Walk through lush rainforest and see a cave where a river of lava flowed 500 years ago.
Stroll on a paved path through a recovering landscape that was buried by falling cinder from the 1959 Kīlauea Iki eruption.
A loop hike through a unique area of biological diversity with rare plants, birds, and old-growth trees.
Footprints and Maunaiki
Traverse the rugged Kaʻū Desert and see footprints left by Native Hawaiians long ago
Last updated: May 18, 2021