Horseback Riding in Haleakala National Park
Island of Maui
 

  Haleakala Volcano on the Island of Maui is considered an active volcano with the last eruption during the 1700's. Rising to nearly 10,000 feet, the summit is about an hour drive from Kahalui. Haleakala National Park was designated an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980. 

On Horseback into the Crater
It was a brisk and clear morning as we started from the 9,000 ft level and descended into the Haleakala Crater on horseback.

Photographic equipment  and film used:
Olympus 2000 SLR
Film:  Kodachrome 200

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Cinder Cones in Haleakala Crater, Island of Maui
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Haleakala Crater, Island of Maui
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Haleakala Crater
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Haleakala Crater on Horseback
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Horseback Riding into Haleakala Crater
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Resting the Horses in Haleakala Crater
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Birds in Haleakala Crater
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Cinder Cones the Haleakala Crater
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Horseback Riding in Haleakala Crater
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