Explore the 1969-1974 lava flows of Mauna Ulu and hike to the top of Puʻu Huluhulu Cinder Cone.
Pu'u Loa Petroglyphs
Hike across a lava field to the largest group of petroglyphs in Hawaiʻi.
Walk along an old portion of Crater Rim Drive to Keanakāko'i Crater and views toward the massive Halemaʻumaʻu.
Ha'akulamanu (Sulphur Banks)
See where volcanic gases have deposited colorful crystals.
Hike down to the floor of Kīlauea caldera. Going down is optional, coming up is mandatory!
Descend 400 feet (122 m) through rainforest into a volcanic crater and hike across a hardened lava lake from the 1959 eruption.
A loop hike through a unique area of biological diversity with rare plants, birds, and old-growth trees.
Stroll on a paved path through a recovering landscape that was buried by falling cinder from the 1959 Kīlauea Iki eruption.
Crater Rim Trail
Catch views of Kīlauea caldera and feel the sacred breath of Pele at Steam Vents (Wahinekapu).
Last updated: November 19, 2019