High up on the slope of Haleakala, at 6,200 feet in elevation, this state park has a network of trails that winds through conifer forests similar to those of the Pacific Northwest. It’s frequently cold and foggy here—be prepared for extra-chilly nights—but on clear days the views of Maui and its neighbor islands are spectacular. One eight-bunk cabin is available for $90; it has a cold shower and a gas stove but no electricity or drinking water (bring your own). The cabin can’t be booked online; you can reserve by phone and must pick up and return keys to the state parks office in Wailuku. Tent-campers can pitch on the grass nearby, reserve on the website, and print out their permit, which must be displayed. No fires are allowed. Note: The park is only accessible by 4WD vehicles. Hikers should wear bright clothing due to the presence of year-round pig hunters and seasonal bird hunters.