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Title:
Haleakala Haleakala National Park, Hawaii : official map and guide
Physical Description:
1 sheet : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 60 x 42 cm. folded to 10 x 21 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- National Park Service
Publisher:
National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C.?
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
National parks and reserves -- Hawaii   ( lcsh )
Historic sites -- Hawaii -- Haleakala   ( lcsh )
Haleakala National Park (Hawaii)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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General Note:
Shipping list no.: 98-0038-P.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002856388
oclc - 39062048
notis - ANY7485
sobekcm - AA00005261_00001
System ID:
AA00005261:00001

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H.liking Haleakal


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Exploring the Park


Visitors to The park car, explore
Ine summit area or the Kipahulu
area on Ine coasi Park nea-d
quarters and Ine 10 023-toof
summit can be reached from
Kanului via Haani 37 to 377 to
378 Drnving I.me to the summit
from the resort areas of Kirhe
and Ka'anapali i about tlW
hours. KDpahulu is reached v.a
Hawail 36 to 360 to 31 Drilng
time from the resort areas to
Kiparulu is ihree to tour hours

Weather Weather anda ile.ng
condilTonI 1 Ire summit are
unpredictable and can change
rapidly Be prepared for cold
130-50"F) wet. w.nd, 110-40
mphj weather ana intense sun
Sunrnse is ohen clear but expect
crowds Kipahulu is Subtropical
Wlh light rain showers occurring
an, lime of Ihe rear Call 808-
871.5054 for the forecast

Driving Vehicles must remain
on roads or in parking areas
Road hazards in and enroute to
Ihe park include steep turns
rocks log. rain slipper, epae-
ment. cane bicyCliss. large
buses and heavy> traffic When
during down from the summil of
Haleakali. use lower gears to
prevent brake failure Slower
vSEicles muSr ule pullouts if
you have mechanical problems
move your vehicle out or traffic
lanes while wailing for help


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Regulations and Safety Report
accidents o.iolations unusual
incidents or sighnings of alien
species tO a ranger Prohibited
hunting lirearms roller blades.
sale boards., ,sturDing any
natural or cultural lealure BiC,
cles are restricted to paea
roaas and parking areas

Hign altitude ma, complcate
health condr.ions and cause
Dreatning aihicuiiies Pregnant
women young children and
those Aith respiratory or near
condaitons should consult their
doctor regarding irael to n.gh
ele.ations Turn Dack and seek
medical aid ir you r.a.e probe.
lems The summit is aDout 30"F
colder than Ihe beaches Wealh-
er conditions change rapidly,
Hypothermia is a possibillt, any,
lime of year

Activities and Facilities
Begin your visit by slopping at
one ol the v,sitor centers Park
Headquariers Vistor Center
I 000 teetl cr Haleakala \V'.s.or
Center 19 74' feaat in mte summit
areas or the Kipanulu Ranger
StalionVisitlor Center An en
trance fee is charged to enter
the summit area No food or gas
is avalable ,n Ine park No Aater
15 available avt K(anulu Public
phones are at park headquarters
and Ihe Kipar.ulu parking lot


Ranger Programs Talk s and
hikes are offered regular, Call
or write for details Groups ma,
arrange special programs Sub-
lect to staring call at least one
month in advance

Hiking Trals are rugged and
strenuous Hiking off designated
traill ana cutting s .tcrnoacks
are proniited The, cause ero-
son and unsignhll scars wvich
mar the scener, for 'ears to
come Ofl-trail hikers can un-
knowingly crush Ihe roots o0
native plants like the sl.ersvsora
and trample unique ,nsect
species I..,ng among the rock
and cinder

Wilderness Area water supplies
are not potable walier should be
treated before drinking Use
porlaDle Ilodies ,here pro..aea
if toiel i are not available bury
waste and carr, out paper -
waste attracts alien ants which
Kill naltie species Tnere are no
open fires permlned in me WaI-
derness Area Sunscreen and
plenrt of afterr are essential

Pets Pels must be pns.call,
restrained at all i.mes and are
not allowed on trails f ene and
other ground nesting birds
are .ulnerable to harassment
and predatbon


Camping Drnuein camp.
grounds are available at Hosmer
Gro.e and Kipahulu. on a 1.rst-
come firs-ser.ea Dasis No
permit is required and no fee is
charged Grills p.cnic tables.
and restrooms are provided at
botn campgrounds Hosmer
Grove nas water NO water is
available at Kipanulu Fires are
allowed only in the grills WlIder-
ness Area camping is allowed
only at Holua and PalirCj Re-
Quired permits are tree and
available on a first-coime lirsr
served basis at park headquar-
ters orn he Cay 01 the Irip *\
all campgrounds Stas are i.mit
ed to mIree nignts per monin
and group sze Is limied to 12
people

Wilderness Area Cabins Three
primtil.e cabins accessible onl,
P, niking or horsebacI are in
Ine Wilderness Area Reserve.
,ions are Dy lonery Loner,
applications mTust be received
rwo months pnor to the first day
of tne month in which 3 resera.
lion is requested CaDpns are
rented to one group of up to 12
people per night Slays are limit-
ed to three nignts per month

Swimming K;panulu streams
are yer, dangerous at high
water the waler can rse I feet
in 10 minutes People nave lost
their lives by ignoring warnings


Swimming is also not recom.
mended nen streams are stag
nant and not flowing Ocean
swmm.ng is nor recommended
due to nigh suri and currents

Plants and Animals Remo ,e
seeds from boots rain gear and
tenls before entering eTr park
One of the greatest Inreaf s to
native species is ie introduce
tlon o1 alien plans. seeds and
animals Although some spec'Ei
Such as the nene IHawa.ian
goose) act tame Ihey are f..IrJ
Do not 6eed nane or other
Aindlle Feeding causes tre arn.
mal 10 beg and endangers
them as they approach mor..n
,enicles

Cultural Resources Do not
disiurb or alter any rock ltruc


lures Do not gather and stack
rocks in ahu piles) along roads
and trails and at overlooks Anu
bull long ago Dy Hawaiians are
important cultural artifacts and
should not be imitated or des-
troyed

Administration The park is part
of the National Park System
one of more than 370 parks that
are important examples of our
nalon's natural and cultural ner.
itage It is administered Dy rhe
National Park Ser..ce, u S
Department of the Interior For
more information aDout the park
contact" Haleakala Natonal
Park PO Box 369 Makaiao
HI 96768. phone 808 57?-9306
Internet www.nps.gov/hafe


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