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For the most part, the steep ridgelines of West Maui aren’t accessible to the general public. The one exception is the Waihe‘e Ridge Trail, a guava-laden path that weaves 2,600 feet above the blustery Central Maui shoreline. Mornings are best to beat the clouds, and you can often see whales adding splashes to the whitecaps when hiking from December-April.

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Waihe‘e Ridge Trail

For the most part, the steep ridgelines of West Maui aren’t accessible to the general public. The one exception is the Waihe‘e Ridge Trail, a guava-laden path that weaves 2,600 feet above the blustery Central Maui shoreline. Mornings are best to beat the clouds, and you can often see whales adding splashes to the whitecaps when hiking from December-April.