Top Places to go Four Wheeling in Hawaii
Skyline trail is about seven miles of difficult terrain and is part of the world famous Haleakala National Park on Maui. The terrain is known to be very rough, and vegetation is almost nonexistent, so be careful when going on this famous trail.
Mauna Kea Access Road- Big Island
This is by far the longest trail that the Big Island can provide at 32 miles. This unpaved road is hardly ever maintained and whoever made it had never heard of a compass. It changes direction constantly,from east to north then to the west sides of the Mauna Kea Forest Reserve. Mauna Kea Access Road is known for its breathtaking views and the thrill of passing over aged lava flows.
Mokuleia Firebreak Road- Oahu
This trail is only four miles long but is still very worth the short rugged drive. Mokuleia Firebreak Road is known for its incredible views of the Waianae Mountain Range. Been on this trail before? There are many different trails or roads that branch off of the main road so you can always experience something new with every trip.
Ainapo Road- Big Island
This 16-mile unpaved and rarely maintained trail, passes through the Kapalapa Ranch before entering the Kapalapa Forest Reserve, letting your mouth drop in awe at the beauty around you. Though Ainapo Road is only 2200 ft and rarely offers a view of the island, it does offer opportunities to observe the different native birds and other wildlife of Hawaii.
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