Haleakala Self-Guided Bike Tour
Bike Down The Side Of Maui’s Most Iconic Landmark
If you’re looking for an exciting outdoor adventure, the Haleakala self-guided bike tour is perfect for you. This 26-mile bike ride takes you down the side of Haleakala, the dormant shield volcano that makes up much of the island’s eastern side. You’ll start with a guided van tour from the office in the town of Haliimaile to the entrance of Haleakala National Park, then enjoy the freedom of biking down at your own pace.
Drive through Maui’s Upcountry region
Enjoy an incredible view of Maui from the entrance of Haleakala National Park
All bikes and safety equipment included
Ride 26 miles downhill at your own pace
Observe the diverse landscape of Haleakala’s slopes
Bike through the towns of Kula and Makawao
See amazing views of the Pacific Ocean from high elevation
Feel a sense of accomplishment upon finishing the 26-mile ride
Check-in begins at 7:30 in Haliimaile so be sure to arrive on time so you can receive instructions on how to use all the equipment safely and have the best possible experience! After all the guests and equipment are loaded into the van it will be time to head up the mountain and through the beautiful Upcountry region of Maui. After reaching the entrance of Haleakala National Park you will be treated to incredible views of the island from a vantage point of 6500 feet in elevation.
Once you have taken a few minutes to enjoy the view, it will be time to hop onto the Workmen’s Volcano Chrome Cruiser bikes and don the full-face helmets that will make the 26-mile ride down the mountain as safe and enjoyable as possible. Over the course of the ride, you will pass through the charming towns of Kula and Makawao before reaching the starting point in Haliimaile on Maui’s North Shore.
|AdultsAges 12 and older||$109.00|
Daily departures are available at 7:30am and 12:30pm
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund. No refunds issued for any tours within the 72 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
If you have ever biked long distances before, you know that one of the most difficult parts of the journey is navigating big hills and other obstacles. The most enjoyable part of this ride is that everything is downhill. The shuttle will take you right up to the entrance of Haleakala National Park and from there you will begin the 26-mile downhill bike ride. This tour is also self-guided, meaning you can set your own pace!
This bike excursion begins in the ranch areas near the summit of Haleakala and descends the many switchbacks through the towns of Upcountry Maui including Kula, and Makawao. This tour is self-paced, so you can take breaks alongside the road as often as necessary to catch your breath, have some water, or enjoy the stunning scenery. The rolling pasturelands and forested slopes of Upcountry are the perfect settings for this leisurely downhill ride.
Self-guided tours are exactly as they sound, and offer you the opportunity to set your own pace and take as much time as you need to enjoy the amazing surroundings found on the mountain slopes. Some guests prefer the reassurance of guided tours because the van accompanies them the whole time. But if you are on the more adventurous side and are comfortable with biking, then a self-guided tour is probably the perfect option.