Many have already said it. The site is not protected or well maintained, the information sign has been knocked over, the glyphs are not all easy to spot, there is some graffiti, and some people even express doubts about their provenance. However, we made the trip on foot (you can't drive) past the general store, past the water tower, and... 更多
After being told of these petroglyphs for years, we finally stopped with some friends to check them out. You take a dirt road up to the valley and where it forks stay to the left. The petroglyphs are on the rock walls to your rifgt. Some are easily discernible right away but get out of the car and examine the... 更多
Not much to see, other than a few petroglyphs. The only informational sign is faded beyond reading. Sad that they aren't protected in any way and some people have defaced the site.
Short hike, a small amount of petroglyphs. Nice to stretch our legs on the way to other activities, but wouldn't make a special trip just for this.
I lived in Olowalu in 2007 - 08 and would often wander in my "backyard" looking and exploring for such sights that I heard stories about. Intrigued with the history of the islands, I would ask the Locals about things and I learned that not only was I living on VERY sacred grounds but that it was considered haunted by... 更多
We learned of these petroglyphs through TripAdvisor and had a look on our way from Lahaina to Kahului. After getting a bit lost, we found the small cliff hosting this aged art. At first, we didn't see the petroglyphs, despite the fact that they are more or less directly above the aging worn sign talking about the park. So we... 更多
A cool spot to stop and check out. A real opportunity to see history in front of your eyes. A little tricky to find but worth the hunt.
The Petroglyphs were EZ to find, well marked out. Behind the Olowalu General Store. Take gravel road past the water tank just north of the store. Proceed about 1-1 1/2 miles east.
around mile marker 15 on the Mauka side of the road, there is a road on the left side of the Olowalu General Store. We drove in and bore to the left passing a home and as the stones get very tall on your right, look carefully! definitely worth the short drive and a look.