Often known as seven sacred pools, Ohe’o Gulch is an idyllic valley cut by a pool of streams. Magnificent weather, cool breeze brushing your face and an absolute delight to your eyes is what this place offers. It is also known as Kipahulu coastal area and it was donated to Haleakala National Park for the public access. If the weather permits, take a dip into the stream and unravel the joy of being so close to nature. It is one-of-its kind experience. It is a must visit place while you are hiking along the Pipiwai Trail. And make sure you spend a couple of hours discovering this place as it unleashes beauty every minute.
Following are the highlights:
- Numerous fresh water pools
- Road to Hana
- Kuloa point trail
- Kahakai Trail
- Many self-guided trails
- Photographic locations
- Breath taking view
Oheo Gulch Travel Tips
- Do not swim if it rains.
- Follow all the sign boards and adhere to it.
- Path to the Ohe’o Gulch is slippery. Wear hiking shoes.
- Carry water, food and extra pair of clothes if you plan to swim.
- Carry a bug spray.
Entrance Ticket Details For Oheo Gulch
- USD 15 is for Haleakala National Park entry. (3 day pass)
- USD 25 for an annual pass to Haleakala National Park.
Oheo Gulch Hours
- Closed in extreme weather conditions.
- Please enquire the timings before you visit.
How to Reach Oheo Gulch
- By Car.
- It is located 15 minutes past Hana town , near mile marker 42 on the Hana Highway.
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54.01% of people who visit Haleakala National Park include Oheo Gulch in their plan
37.5% of people start their Oheo Gulch visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Oheo Gulch
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Oheo Gulch