Horseback Riding in Haleakala National Park
Island of Maui

 

On Horseback Back to the Summit

After a rest at the bottom for the horses and ourselves, we began the ascent back to the summit of Haleakala.

The horseback riding company was Haleakala on Horseback. Our wrangler Brian was an excellent guide by keeping us informed about historical and environmental aspects of Haleakala.

More information about Haleakala National Park

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

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Riding horseback in Haleakala Crater
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Silversword Plant in the Haleakala Crater
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Haleakala Crater and Cinder Cones
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Cinder Cone at the Summit of Haleakala
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Cinder Cones at Haleakala
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View of Haleakala Crater
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Wide View of the Haleakala Crater
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Horseback Riding in Haleakala
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Cinder Cones in Haleakala Crater
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