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Last updated 22. Oct, 2010 by Walker.
In a nutshell: A nice 30-minute hike can turn into a spectacular multi-hour moderately easy-going hiking adventure. Graded un-paved access road passes for miles through an undeveloped Eden of Maui rainforest and watershed.
Minuses: Access may require permission from EMI. On weekends you might encounter boar hunters and their pit bulls.
Sound-bite: “Yesterday I found the best hike on Maui that I’ve done.”
You can make this hike what you want of it. You can dip in a cool, fresh pool complete with dramatic waterfall in …
Last updated 01. Aug, 2012 by Walker.
In a nutshell: Na’ili’ili Haele, for most, will be a nice short hike to two or three waterfalls and pools. The more able hikers will be rewarded with more significant sights.
Minuses: Access may be restricted by EMI. Can become dangerous to nearly impossible depending on conditions/how far you go.
Sound-bite: “Is that really a ladder?”
This is a great place for everyone from the novice to the extreme hiker, and everyone in between – you …
Last updated 23. Jul, 2010 by Mark.
In a nutshell: A beautiful unknown waterfall and pool.
Minuses: Access may be restricted by EMI.
Sound-bite: “Wow, a handrail!”
Warning – Those not experienced with Maui safety and EMI access issues should not attempt this hike.
Read the EMI Page.
Getting to Nemo Falls requires a fairly easy ~1/3 mile hike through the Ko’olau Forest Reserve along a 4WD ditch access road, then crossing a narrow utility footbridge (read: potentially unsafe to the untrained, and also EMI infrastructure property), followed by …
Last updated 23. Jul, 2010 by Walker.
In a nutshell: EMI is the water company (for agricultural and rural customers.) EMI leases much of the watershed in East Maui, they have been around forever, and control much of the surface water.
Minuses: EMI places signage at entry points to many public lands to which it may not actually have rights to control beyond its infrastructure. Farmers and environmentalists claim EMI dumps excess water it doesn’t use, and that streams beyond the diversion points are no longer healthy as a result of diverting …
Last updated 19. Dec, 2009 by Ray Hutaff.
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I am sure you have read that a decision on the water issue has been differed for 90 days, this is great news, for HC&S has been using the political arena and the news media to keep things status quo. This deferred decision is what many of us hoped for, but we need more of the truth to come out.
I believe all of you know that I am opposed to HC&S closing and putting out of work more …