Haleakala’s Geologic History

Haleakala’s Geologic History

Haleakala’s presence is impossible to miss. As Maui’s loftiest peak, it soars 10,023 feet above sea level and holds the title as one of the world’s largest volcanoes. Its crater alone is cavernous enough to cradle all of Manhattan Island. Comprising over 30,000 acres...
Hawaii Volcanoes

Hawaii Volcanoes

70 million years ago, the surface of the Pacific split when its eponymous tectonic plate moved over a hot spot, thus producing a successive chain of islands over the northern stretch of the ocean. Those islands ultimately became Hawaii—one of the remotest archipelagos...

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