Haleakalā National Park
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Originally a part of the Hawaii National Park, the Haleakala National Park became a separate area in 1961. The name of the park is a Hawaiian word which means “house of the sun” because, according to the legend, it was here that the semigod Maui imprisoned the sun in order to lengthen the day.
The winding road up the mountain leads to the crater of the dormant Haleakala volcano. A visitor center, parking area and restrooms can be found near the summit while the summit area itself has another parking lot and a small observatory. The summit can be accessed via two trails: the Halemau’u and Sliding Sands trails. Three cabins are also available for hikers to stay in but reservations have to be made through the park first.
A majority of the 1.4 million annual visitors come to the park to view the spectacular sunrise and sunset as well as practice amateur astronomy.
Besides this park, there are two more parks listed in Kula. There's also two attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Haleakalā National Park on the map above. If you need any other information on Haleakalā National Park that is not listed here, please call (808) 572-4400.
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Nearby Nature Attractions
Following is a list of other nature attractions found within few miles of Haleakalā National Park. You may also view all nature attractions in Kula, Hawaii.
Hosmer Grove Campground,
Falls of Makahiku