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Join us on June 19th as our Rainbow Dine-Out group will rendezvous at Maui Brewing Co. in Kihei! (google map)
About Maui Brewing Company:
“Experience brewery-to-table dining as it comes to life in the heart of paradise. Our newest restaurant, opening early 2018, features an open-air interior and friendly vibe that celebrates our brewery’s history, passion for the craft beer way of life, and Maui roots. Located in our brewery headquarters, our restaurant continues to build upon our innovative, independent brewer spirit through artisanal, simply prepared, island-inspired cuisine. Our bar features 36 craft and specialty beers on tap, including Maui Brewing year-round and special releases and craft beers from other small breweries.”
Check out their website at http://www.mbcrestaurants.com/kihei/ and their online menu at https://www.mbcrestaurants.com/wp-content/uploads/mbc-kihei_menu_lunch-dinner_18-0202_web.pdf
This Dine Out is limited to 20 people so RSVP today before it fills up!
11 signed up so far. Limit: 20.
Aloha Maui Hikers-
We hope you will be able to join us on July 14th as we hike:
The Polipoli State Recreation Area:
Redwood, Plum and Haleakala Loop Trails
Meet at 8:30 am to carpool from the Starbucks Parking Lot (by old Lowe’s)
If you have an SUV or 4WD, please bring it along to help carpool! We will leave the parking lot by 8:45 am. If upcountry folks want to meet us along the way, we will stop at Rice Park at 9:15am on the way and meet you there. We will plan to leave the park by 9:30. Please email to let us know if you plan to meet us there.
Trail Length: 4+/- miles.
Difficulty: Moderate (3.5 of 5)
Terrain: Mountain forest
Elevation Gain: 300 ft
Park Name: Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area
Time: We should complete this hike around 1pm.
Route: Trail starts at Polipoli Springs State Recreation Area at 6,200` elevation, winds through stands of redwood and other conifers, past Tie Trail junction and down to the old ranger`s cabin at 5,300`. The trail passes alternatively through rough cinders, native scrub brush, grassy swales and a planted forest of pines, eucalyptus and other tree species. At the trail`s end is the old Civilian Conservation Corps camp and a three-way junction, the beginning point for both the Plum Trail and the Boundary Trail. Several plum and other fruit trees can be found in this old camp area.
Directions: From Kahului, we will take Highway 37 past Pukalani to the second junction of Highway 377. Turn left on 377 for about 0.3 mile, then right on Waipoli Road. This becomes Polipoli Access Road at the first cattle guard and climbs up the mountain through a long series of switchbacks until it enters the forest at 6,400’ elevation, where the pavement ends.
This is a non-sponsored hike. Each hiker accepts full responsibility for their safety.
If separated call our cell: 870.2564.
2018 Hike Plan (This calendar may change as we find new adventures!):
July 14 Poli Poli Forest Trails
August 11 Iao Table Lands Trail
September 8 Kapalua Coastal Trail
October 6 Special Pride Hike: The Pali Hike (The Wind Turbines Hike)
October 13 Waihou Springs
November 11 Kahakuloa Ridge Hike or Halemau’u (The Switch backs)
December 8 Waihe’e Coastal Land Trust Hike & Holiday Lunch
Remember: These hikes are unsponsored. Everyone who hikes takes responsibility for their own safety by participating.
We look forward to seeing you hiking!