Other Oheo Gulch Waterfalls

Haleakala National Park / Kipahulu District, Hawaii, USA

About Other Oheo Gulch Waterfalls

Hiking Distance: 3 miles round trip
Suggested Time: 90 minutes

Date first visited: 2003-09-03
Date last visited: 2007-02-23

Waterfall Latitude: 20.67017
Waterfall Longitude: -156.05362

Waterfall Safety and Common Sense

Oheo Gulch (or Ohe’o Gulch) has several smaller or unnamed waterfalls that you can see or hear while hiking the Pipiwai Trail.

This page captures some of these lesser known ones I happened to see on my visits.

Road_to_Hana_209_09032003 - Waterfalls seen along the Pipiwai Trail in Oheo Gulch
Waterfalls seen along the Pipiwai Trail in Oheo Gulch

I’ve displayed them in photos below.

The photo above is a picturesque series of waterfalls and pools as seen from a set of high yet sturdy suspension bridges minutes before entering the eerie bamboo forest.


The Oheo Gulch Waterfalls reside in Haleakala National Park on the island of Maui, Hawaii. They are administered by the National Park Service. For information or inquiries about the park as well as current conditions, visit their website.

Pipiwai_Trail_003_jx_02232007 - Stream Overlook sign
Road_to_Hana_204_09032003 - Interesting waterfall not far from Makahiku Falls
Pipiwai_Trail_008_02232007 - This was the waterfall behind the 'Stream Overlook' sign
Road_to_Hana_207_09032003 - Unknown man-modified waterfall
Pipiwai_Trail_012_02232007 - Pair of waterfalls beneath footbridges just before the bamboo forest
Pipiwai_Trail_022_02232007 - A tall waterfall seen just as we left the bamboo forest

Since all the waterfalls found here are on the Pipiwai Trail and they share the same trailhead as that of the Lower Pools of ‘Ohe’o, please see that page for driving directions.

But to add a bit of context, we generally stay on the west side of Maui in either Lahaina or Ka’anapali.

The drive from say Lahaina would require us to take Route 30 to Route 380 (taking roughly an hour without traffic).

Once we’re near the town of Pa’ia, we’d then be on Hwy 36 (becoming the Road to Hana or Hwy 360).

Getting to Hana would take at least 2 hours drive (45 miles) east of Pa’ia.

It would take another half-hour to continue driving 10 miles to ‘Oheo Gulch.

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