Skyline Zipline
  • See the breathtaking sunrise
    See the breathtaking sunrise
  • Ride down the volcano
    Ride down the volcano
  • Experienced, certified, and funny guides
    Experienced, certified, and funny guides
  • Soar through a eucalyptus forest
    Soar through a eucalyptus forest

ZIPLINE ON THE
SLOPES OF HALEAKALA

Experience 5 amazing ziplines and an Indiana Jones style swinging bridge that will send you across massive canyons, above 90-foot drops, and through fragrant eucalyptus trees on the slopes of Haleakala. We're located just a few miles outside of Haleakala National Park. Skyline Haleakala was recognized by Fodor's Travel as one of the world's most amazing zipline courses!

Hawaii’s Most Awarded
Zipline Company

Choose from 3 zipline adventures

  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Guests Love Exploring Kauai with Skyline Guides
  • Launch from Hawaii’s only plank launch zipline
Haleakalā 5-Line Zip Tour
Adults 15+
$119.95
$109.95
Ages 8-14
$119.95
$69.95

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Ziplines
Soar over 90-foot drops and canyons filled with fragrant eucalyptus trees.

Pendulum Line
Swing on Hawaii’s only pendulum line reaching speeds over 45 miles per hour.

Swinging Bridge
Experience an Indiana Jones style swinging bridge high above a canyon.

Historic Tour
Zipline on the 1st zipline tour built in the U.S., Skyline was founded on the slopes of Haleakalā in 2002.

A Cultural Experience
Our guides will uncover Hawaii’s rich history and keep you laughing throughout the tour.

Availability
Tour is available 7 days a week.

  • Requirements

    Remember Your Birthday

    You must be age 8 or older. A legal guardian must sign to allow kids under 18 to zip.

    Break Out The Scale

    Must weigh between 60-260 lbs.

    Stress Test

    You must be free of chronic heart problems to be able to zip.

    Take A Breather

    You must be able to hike a 1/2 mile at elevation and over uneven surfaces.

    Protect The Little One

    Sorry, it's not safe to zipline while you're pregnant.

    Know Your Limits

    Don't zip if you've had recent surgery; especially on ankles, knees, or back.

    Avoid The Bends

    You may not zipline at this location if you've been scuba diving within the last 24 hours.

    Protect The Piggies

    Wear shoes with a fully-enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic or hiking shoe. Shoes must be snug fitting. (No Teva or Keen type sandals with open sections or 5 finger shoes.) Skyline Shoe Rules

    Call Your Doc

    If you have serious neck, back, or joint injuries, check with your doctor.

  • How To Prepare

    Arrive Early

    Check in 30 minutes prior to your tour time. Please remember not to be late!

    Ditch The Pack

    You can bring your backpack along, but we'll lock it up for you while you zip.

    Dress Appropriately

    We recommend bringing a light jacket—it gets chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    Know Your SPFS

    Bring your sunscreen. We also recommend wearing clothing that helps block the sun.

    Keep Your Glasses

    Glasses and sunglasses may be worn - just be sure to bring your strap.

    Hang On To Your Camera

    You can bring a camera at your own risk. We recommend that you securely strap it to yourself.

    Come Rain Or Shine

    Tours operate rain or shine. If we do cancel, we'll make every effort to contact you to reschedule or refund the tour.

    Hang Loose

    Come ready to get outside your comfort zone and have a blast!

  • FAQ's

    Where do we check in?

    Locate Hwy 378 and follow signs up to Haleakalā National Park and look for the Skyline Zipline location after passing Mile Marker 2. Please check in at the Skyline Eco-Adventures red pavilion on Crater Road on the way to Haleakalā National Park. Google Map

    Are there any health issues I should consider?

    Customers with serious neck, back, or joint injuries or chronic heart problems should use their own discretion about their capabilities to safely participate in this activity. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that anyone with who has had recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or their back, not participate in this tour. Although we try to always make customers comfortable both physically and mentally, there is some degree of impact on joints or some degree of customer anxiety about zipping which is unavoidable. The inherent risks of walking on unimproved hiking trails, joint impacts associated with zipline landings, and anxiety associated with participating in an adventure activity which involves flying through the air should be considered before going on a zipline tour.

    How good of shape do I need to be in?

    Ziplining isn't strenuous, but you need to be able to hike about 1/2 mile and climb steps. We have had people from age 8 to 100 do the course without problems.

    What is the cancellation policy?

    We have a generous cancellation policy. Cancel 24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund. Less than 24 hours, no refund.

    Can I bring my camera/phone?

    Yes, you may bring your camera/phone along to snap photos along the way. You can also rent a Go-Pro camera (you'll see this option when you check out).

    Do my parents or guardian have to zip with me if i'm under age 18?

    Kids 15-17 years old need an adult signature on their waiver but can take part in our tours without an adult in their group.

    Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.

    What kind of shoes should I wear?

    For your safety, we require that you wear shoes with a fully enclosed heel and toe. Tennis/athletic shoes or hiking type shoes are best. No hiking sandals, Teva Sandals, KEEN's, Crocs, TOMS, Vibram FiveFingers or Skechers Shape Ups are allowed on the course. Shoes must be snug to your foot. No loose-fitting or un-laced Converse-style shoes are allowed.

    What should I wear?

    We recommend bringing a light jacket as it can get chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    Have More Questions?

    Feel free to give us a call at 1.808.518.4189 (Everyday 7am-7pm)

5-Line Zip Tour

  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Guests Love Exploring Kauai with Skyline Guides
  • Launch from Hawaii’s only plank launch zipline
Haleakalā Sunrise & Zip Tour
Adults 8+
$219.95
$209.95

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Pickup & Drop Off
Travel in comfort with Maui’s newest fleet of guided tour vehicles, featuring large viewing windows, comfortable seating, and climate controlled interiors.

Certified Guides
We will share our knowledge about the history of the park, flora, fauna, and cultural significance of the area. Our tour guides are NAI (National Association for Interpretation) Certified.

Jacket & Gloves
Didn't bring a jacket on vacation? Don't worry, we provide warm jackets and gloves for you to use during the tour.

Interpretive App
Download Skyline Hawai'i's Haleakalā National Park Interpretive App from the App Store or Google Play Store. The app is available in nine languages.

Breakfast
After your Haleakalā sunrise visit, you will journey down the mountain to Skyline Haleakalā Zipline where you will have time for a continental breakfast before embarking on your amazing zipline adventure.

Ziplines
Soar over 90-foot drops and canyons filled with fragrant eucalyptus trees on our 5-line adventure. Experience an Indiana Jones style swinging bridge and reach speeds over 45 mph on Hawaii's only pendulum line.

Availability
Tour is available 7 days a week.

  • Schedule

    2:00-3:00 am

    We'll pick you up at your hotel or accommodation. Continental breakfast included.

    5:00-6:00 am

    Experience the sunrise from the summit of Haleakalā National Park.

    7:00-8:00 am

    Depart the summit and travel to our Skyline Haleakalā Zipline course.

    8:30-9:30 am

    Experience your guided zipline tour on our Skyline Haleakalā zipline course.

    10:30-11:30 am

    We'll transfer you back to your hotel

    Times are approximate and will be confirmed 24 hours in advance via phone call from a reservations agent.

  • Requirements

    Remember Your Birthday

    You must be age 8 or older. A legal guardian must sign to allow kids under 18 to zip.

    Break Out The Scale

    Must weigh between 60-260 lbs.

    Stress Test

    You must be free of chronic heart problems to be able to zip.

    Take A Breather

    You must be able to hike a 1/2 mile at elevation and over uneven surfaces.

    Protect The Little One

    Sorry, it's not safe to zipline while you're pregnant.

    Know Your Limits

    Don't zip if you've had recent surgery; especially on ankles, knees, or back.

    Avoid The Bends

    You may not zipline at this location if you've been scuba diving within the last 24 hours.

    Protect The Piggies

    Wear shoes with a fully-enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic or hiking shoe. Shoes must be snug fitting. (No Teva or Keen type sandals with open sections or 5 finger shoes.) Skyline Shoe Rules

    Call Your Doc

    If you have serious neck, back, or joint injuries, check with your doctor.

  • How To Prepare

    Ditch The Pack

    You can bring your backpack along, but we'll lock it up for you while you zip.

    Dress Appropriately

    We recommend bringing a light jacket—it gets chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    Know Your SPFS

    Bring your sunscreen. We also recommend wearing clothing that helps block the sun.

    Keep Your Glasses

    Glasses and sunglasses may be worn - just be sure to bring your strap.

    Hang On To Your Camera

    You can bring a camera at your own risk. We recommend that you securely strap it to yourself.

    Come Rain Or Shine

    Tours operate rain or shine. If we do cancel, we'll make every effort to contact you to reschedule or refund the tour.

    Hang Loose

    Come ready to get outside your comfort zone and have a blast!

    Dress Appropriately

    We recommend bringing a light jacket—it gets chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

  • FAQ's

    Where do we check in?

    Locate Hwy 378 and follow signs up to Haleakalā National Park and look for the Skyline Zipline location after passing Mile Marker 2. Please check in at the Skyline Eco-Adventures red pavilion on Crater Road on the way to Haleakalā National Park. Google Map

    Are there any health issues I should consider?

    Customers with serious neck, back, or joint injuries or chronic heart problems should use their own discretion about their capabilities to safely participate in this activity. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that anyone with who has had recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or their back, not participate in this tour. Although we try to always make customers comfortable both physically and mentally, there is some degree of impact on joints or some degree of customer anxiety about zipping which is unavoidable. The inherent risks of walking on unimproved hiking trails, joint impacts associated with zipline landings, and anxiety associated with participating in an adventure activity which involves flying through the air should be considered before going on a zipline tour.

    How good of shape do I need to be in?

    Ziplining isn't strenuous, but you need to be able to hike about 1/2 mile and climb steps. We have had people from age 8 to 100 do the course without problems.

    What is the cancellation policy?

    We have a generous cancellation policy. Cancel 24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund. Less than 24 hours, no refund.

    Can I bring my camera/phone?

    Yes, you may bring your camera/phone along to snap photos along the way. You can also rent a Go-Pro camera (you'll see this option when you check out).

    Do my parents or guardian have to zip with me if i'm under age 18?

    Kids 15-17 years old need an adult signature on their waiver but can take part in our tours without an adult in their group.

    Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.

    What kind of shoes should I wear?

    For your safety, we require that you wear shoes with a fully enclosed heel and toe. Tennis/athletic shoes or hiking type shoes are best. No hiking sandals, Teva Sandals, KEEN's, Crocs, TOMS, Vibram FiveFingers or Skechers Shape Ups are allowed on the course. Shoes must be snug to your foot. No loose-fitting or un-laced Converse-style shoes are allowed.

    What should I wear?

    We recommend bringing a light jacket as it can get chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    Have More Questions?

    Feel free to give us a call at 1.808.518.4189 (Everyday 7am-7pm)

Sunrise & Zip Tour

  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Skyline Eco-Adventure Zipline Guides
  • Guests Love Exploring Kauai with Skyline Guides
  • Launch from Hawaii’s only plank launch zipline
Haleakalā Sunrise Bike & Zip Tour
Adults 12+
$249.95
$239.95

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Sunrise
Watch the sun rise from the Pacific Ocean at 10,000 feet from the summit of Haleakalā National Park, Maui's #1 Tourist attraction.

Biking
Gently cruise down 21 switchbacks on the world's largest resting volcano.

Zipline
Zipline and Soar over 90-foot drops and canyons filled with eucalyptus trees along with Maui's only pendulum zipline where you will reach speeds over 45 mph.

Pickup & Drop Off
Includes continental breakfast and round-trip transportation from your hotel or condo.

Tour App
Download and enjoy the use of Skyline Hawaii's Haleakalā National Park Interpretive App. The app is available on the App Store and Google Play Store in nine languages.

Cold Weather Gear
SDidn't bring a jacket on vacation? Don't worry, you can stay warm in one of our tour jackets while viewing the sunrise. We also provide warm gloves for use during the tour.

Availability
Tour is available 7 days a week.

  • Schedule

    2:00-3:00 am

    We'll pick you up at your hotel or accommodation. Continental breakfast included.

    5:00-6:00 am

    Experience a Maui sunrise at the summit of Haleakalā National Park.

    7:00-8:00 am

    Drive down to the 6500 ft level to begin your bike tour.

    8:00-9:00 am

    Bike down the 21 switchbacks that lead you to Skyline Eco-Adventures.

    9:30-10:30 am

    Begin your Skyline Haleakalā Zipline Adventure.

    11:00-11:30 am

    We'll transfer you back to your hotel or accommodation.

    Times are approximate and will be confirmed at time of booking via phone call from a reservations agent.

  • Requirements

    Remember Your Birthday

    You must be age 8 or older. A legal guardian must sign to allow kids under 18 to zip.

    Break Out The Scale

    Must weigh between 60-260 lbs.

    Stress Test

    You must be free of chronic heart problems to be able to zip.

    Take A Breather

    You must be able to hike a 1/2 mile at elevation and over uneven surfaces.

    Protect The Little One

    Sorry, it's not safe to zipline while you're pregnant.

    Know Your Limits

    Don't zip if you've had recent surgery; especially on ankles, knees, or back.

    Avoid The Bends

    You may not zipline at this location if you've been scuba diving within the last 24 hours.

    Protect The Piggies

    Wear shoes with a fully-enclosed toe and heel, like an athletic or hiking shoe. Shoes must be snug fitting. (No Teva or Keen type sandals with open sections or 5 finger shoes.) Skyline Shoe Rules

    Call Your Doc

    If you have serious neck, back, or joint injuries, check with your doctor.

  • How To Prepare

    Ditch The Pack

    You can bring your backpack along, but we'll lock it up for you while you zip.

    Dress Appropriately

    We recommend bringing a light jacket—it gets chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    Know Your SPFS

    Bring your sunscreen. We also recommend wearing clothing that helps block the sun.

    Keep Your Glasses

    Glasses and sunglasses may be worn - just be sure to bring your strap.

    Hang On To Your Camera

    You can bring a camera at your own risk. We recommend that you securely strap it to yourself.

    Come Rain Or Shine

    Tours operate rain or shine. If we do cancel, we'll make every effort to contact you to reschedule or refund the tour.

    Hang Loose

    Come ready to get outside your comfort zone and have a blast!

    Dress Appropriately

    We recommend bringing a light jacket—it gets chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

  • FAQ's

    Where do we check in?

    Locate Hwy 378 and follow signs up to Haleakalā National Park and look for the Skyline Zipline location after passing Mile Marker 2. Please check in at the Skyline Eco-Adventures red pavilion on Crater Road on the way to Haleakalā National Park. Google Map

    Are there any health issues I should consider?

    Customers with serious neck, back, or joint injuries or chronic heart problems should use their own discretion about their capabilities to safely participate in this activity. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that anyone with who has had recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or their back, not participate in this tour. Although we try to always make customers comfortable both physically and mentally, there is some degree of impact on joints or some degree of customer anxiety about zipping which is unavoidable. The inherent risks of walking on unimproved hiking trails, joint impacts associated with zipline landings, and anxiety associated with participating in an adventure activity which involves flying through the air should be considered before going on a zipline tour.

    How good of shape do I need to be in?

    Ziplining isn't strenuous, but you need to be able to hike about 1/2 mile and climb steps. We have had people from age 8 to 100 do the course without problems.

    What is the cancellation policy?

    We have a generous cancellation policy. Cancel 24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund. Less than 24 hours, no refund.

    Can I bring my camera/phone?

    Yes, you may bring your camera/phone along to snap photos along the way. You can also rent a Go-Pro camera (you'll see this option when you check out).

    Do my parents or guardian have to zip with me if i'm under age 18?

    Kids 15-17 years old need an adult signature on their waiver but can take part in our tours without an adult in their group.

    Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.

    What kind of shoes should I wear?

    For your safety, we require that you wear shoes with a fully enclosed heel and toe. Tennis/athletic shoes or hiking type shoes are best. No hiking sandals, Teva Sandals, KEEN's, Crocs, TOMS, Vibram FiveFingers or Skechers Shape Ups are allowed on the course. Shoes must be snug to your foot. No loose-fitting or un-laced Converse-style shoes are allowed.

    What should I wear?

    We recommend bringing a light jacket as it can get chilly sometimes at a 4,200 foot elevation.

    What level of bike riding experience should I have?

    We recommend you have some recreational bike experience to enjoy the tour.

    Is the Bike n' Zip tour available every day of the week?

    No, the tour is only available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Have More Questions?

    Feel free to give us a call at 1.808.518.4189 (Everyday 7am-7pm)

Sunrise Bike & Zip Tour

BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE

Free Cancellation
Cancel 24 hours or more before your tour, and you will receive a 100% refund.

Low Price Guarantee
If you find a better price on one of our tours, give us a call and we’ll be happy to match it.

Experience The Course

View 5-Line Course
  • Safety

    Experience

    Over 3 million zipline crossings - more than any other zipline company in the U.S.

    Sophisticated Engineers

    All our equipment is the product of meticulous crafting and careful engineering with a leading engineering consulting firm.

    Trained Guides

    We train our guides above and beyond the industry standard of 40 hours. Each guide goes through an 80 hour training process, as well as a period of "assistant guiding."

    Daily Checkups

    Every day, our trained staff thoroughly inspects all ziplines, platforms, trails, and equipment on each of our courses.

    Yearly Inspections

    Each year, an accredited ACCT inspector conducts a comprehensive review of each Skyline course, piece of equipment and all current practices.

    Equipment

    All our equipment is tested to hold at least 5,000 lbs. Each zipline has a minimum breaking strength of over 26,000 lbs.

  • Location

    Skyline Haleakalā

    Our Maui zipline course located on the slopes of Haleakalā. Our zipline tour soars through groves of eucalyptus trees and untouched Hawaiian nature.

    Upcountry Maui will introduce you to otherworldly landscapes, its volcanic and subtropical views are unforgettable.

    Address

    18303 Haleakalā Hwy
    Kula, HI 96790

    Distances

    From Ka'anapali:1 hr. 15 min.
    From Kihei:1 hr.
    From Kahului: 40 min.
    From Kapalua:1 hr. 30 min.

  • Guides

    An Experience You Won’t Forget

    Our guides make each tour a unique Hawaiian experience. Trained to uncover Hawaii's rich history and to keep you safe and smiling throughout the tour, our guides are experts at what they do.

    The industry standard for guide training is 40 hours, but all Skyline guides go through our 80 hour guide training program, which includes shadowing an experienced guide, and certifications in first aid, CPR and AED.

  • Cancellation Policy

    What's the cancellation policy?

    We have a generous cancellation policy. 24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund. Less than 24 hours, no refund. For Skyline's Haleakala Sunrise Bike n' Zip tour the cancellation policy is 48 hours prior to the tour.

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