Honoapiilani Hwy to Nakalele Blowhole

 Honoapiilani Hwy to Nakalele Blowhole 

The Honoapiilani Highway, is a 35-mile-long (56 km) road on West Maui, Hawaii. It begins in downtown Wailuku, extending south through Waikapu and Maalaea. Following terrain of the island, the highway circumvents the West Maui Forest Reserve connecting Olowalu, Launiupoko, Lahaina, Kahana, through the regions of Kapalua and Honolua, and ending in Honokohau Bay. At this point the road continues as the Kahekili Highway, a "notoriously narrow and twisty" (aka Death Highway) road (coming soon) covering the northern coastline of West Maui and eventually terminating back in Wailuku. The two highways together complete the circular journey around West Maui. Nakalele Point is famous for a blowhole which produces powerful geyser-like water spouts with the waves and tides. Water spewed from the blowhole can rise as high as 100 feet in the air.


Region: Hawaii
City: Lahaina

Distance: 22.7 km
Elevation Gain: 510 m
Elevation Loss: 467 m
Difficulty: 397 (Moderate)
FIETS Index: 0.04 FIETS
Avg Grade: 0.46 %
Max cat climb: 4
Min elevation: 10 m
Max elevation: 102 m
Ride Category: Hilly

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