Explore this family ranch in the Makawao forest from above—flying through the eucalyptus canopy on up to seven ziplines. Those who’d rather walk than zip can accompany participants on the standard tours, which have four or five lines (the latter including one that’s 2,800 feet long), for $25. The treetop version keeps zippers in the canopy with access to an aerial bridge, tree platforms, and two treehouses. Several times a month, typically on a weekday, Piiholo offers a zipline/waterfall hike combo, an all-day option that includes a drive along the Hana Hwy. to short hikes, led by a naturalist, to two nearby waterfalls for a refreshing dip. Children ages 8 to 12 may zip free with paying adult on select tours; call for details.