Awesome ziplines, an aerial bridge, tree platforms and 2 tree houses keep 'em thrilled for hours!
Soar through the treetops while learning about the tropical forest.
Situated at the edge of the rainforest at an elevation of approximately 2,000 feet, our location encompasses grasslands and rolling hills, lush forest, and rocky ravines, and offers stunning views of the island from Haleakala and the North Shore to the West Maui mountains and the beaches of Kihei.
6-LINE TREETOP CANOPY ZIP $135 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm Our 6-Line Treetop Zip Tour ascends high up into the trees where you will cross aerial bridges and take a plunge on our new 42-foot high QUICK jump following your third zip. Your adventure continues as you explore our Pirate Ship Treehouse and climb back into the trees to zip three more lines through our beautiful tropical forest. Your tour finishes with our longest treetop zip-line at 930 feet!
7-LINE TREETOP CANOPY ZIP $145 9 am Our 7-Line Treetop Zip Tour begins as you soar high above the Kahakapao Valley from tree to tree. You will experience a flying sensation as you swoop down into the valley, sail through canopy tunnels, and land at our Pirate Ship Treehouse. Your journey features 7 different treetop zip-lines ranging from 175 feet to our longest treetop zip-line at 930 feet! A grand finale that's sure to give you the thrill you're seeking!
Adventures are close to parking and check-in areas, and tours all end near their start, so no need to hike or be transported long distances. All ages from 8 to 98 are welcome!
For a full 100% refund we ask that you give us at least 48 hours notice for a cancellation or change to your reservation.
No refund for cancellations or reschedules within the last 48 hours prior to your tour.
No-shows will be charged 100% fee.
If you need to cancel due to illness or medical emergency, we will require a doctor?s note from a local Maui doctor/clinic in order to process a full refund.
All our tours operate RAIN OR SHINE. We do not refund for inclement weather, however, we do provide rain jackets when needed.
We will cancel tours in the event of lightning or thunder; we will reschedule your tour or refund up to 100% of the tour price if this occurs. Refund amount may be based on proportion of tour completed.
In high winds or other adverse conditions, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule tours, based on management?s assessment of conditions. We will reschedule your tour or refund up to 100% of the tour price if this occurs. Refund amount may be based on proportion of tour completed.
Last Minute Bookings
Please be aware that these bookings are subject to confirmation. If this is a same-day or next-day booking, there is a reasonable chance this will not be confirmed. For bookings that are confirmed, there will be no cancellations or refunds.
Minimum age of 8 years old for Zipline and Treetop Zipline Tours.
Minimum age of 6 years old for Hiking Tours.
There is no maximum age limit as long as you can physically handle all aspects of the tours.
Guests under 15 years old must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or chaperon on tour. (Chaperon form required.)
Guests between 16 and 17 years old must have a parent or guardian present at check-in and sign waiver to participate.
Zipline Tours: 75 lbs to 275 lbs
Treetop Zip Tours: 50 lbs to 250 lbs
All guests must be capable of moderate to advanced physical activity, carry a 12 pound trolley, grip handlebars, walk over uneven/muddy terrain, as well as ascend stairs and ramps.
Please no guests with neck, back, shoulder, knee, ankle injuries, heart conditions, or recent surgeries.
Pregnant women are not allowed to zipline.
Guests must be physically and mentally capable of following instructions given by Piiholo Ranch Zipline staff.
There is no smoking, alcohol, or drug use allowed on the premises. Any guest judged by our staff to be unwilling and/or incapable of following instructions, or to cause or potentially cause a safety issue due to intoxication, drug use or any other reason, will be removed from the premises and no refund shall be given.
Not allowed on tours
People with any type of recent surgeries
People with neck, shoulder or back problems
People with knee or ankle problems
People with any other medical condition which may be aggravated by this activity
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I wear or bring?
Closed-toe shoes are required. Please no Croc-style, walking sandals with open toes, Vibram FiveFingers, water shoes, or flip-flops.
We recommend to dress comfortably for variable outdoor weather (such as pants or longer shorts) and to bring a hat, sunscreen, and a light cover-up.
Don?t forget your camera! Make sure it has a strap for safety. Anything dropped on tour is gone for good.
Don?t bring purses, backpacks, or large fanny packs; they won?t fit with your harness and we have no place to store such items.
We do provide a storage box for your keys.
What can I do while my family/friend is on a tour? We offer a walk-along tour that accompanies the 4 Line and 5 Line Zip Tours. The walk-along tour covers less than a half-mile over gently rolling, unpaved terrain, and puts you ground-side as the zippers fly by overhead. It offers great photo opportunities as well as time to relax and enjoy the views among the tall trees! All guests on tour enjoy a break together with light snacks and beverages at our Tree House.
While we do not, at this time, offer a walk-along tour on the Treetop Zipline course, you are welcome to sit and enjoy some quiet-time at the picnic tables of the treetop launch area, or take a hike at the nearby Makawao Forest Reserve (ask the guides for directions.) The nearby small town of Makawao offers a variety of galleries, stores and restaurants to keep you entertained for hours.
If you have kids under the age of 8, there is unfortunately little to do at the zipline except sit at a picnic table. There are horseback lessons at nearby Piiholo Ranch (minimum age is 3) or a nice park about 4-1/2 miles away, it?s officially called the 4th Marine Division Memorial Park. It has a large grassy field and picnic tables.
Very nice place to zipline. The guides were knowledgeable and friendly.
The Zip line are very long. So, you get both the speed and the altitude. The view is very nice while you're soaring over the tree tops.
The walk between towers are not bad. However, you needed to be decent shape to climb the towers. You are walking on a rope bridge that moves every step on the way up. 😊
The whole experience took a few hr and everyone in the group had fun.
- Apr 2018 -
Mason and Chris were awesome but BEWARE of detour for month of April that’s not clearly marked on roads or maps
- Jan 2018 -
We did the 7 zip lines in the rainforest in the rain. Had the best fun. Easy for beginners but I bet still fun for more experienced people.
- Feb 2017 -
Super friendly staff. Several members of our group were in their 70's and they had a great time as well. Highly recommend the 5 line zip. The last one is 1/2 mile of pure adrenaline.
- Jan 2017 -
Leo Lam, PhD
We had a great time here. The wife was scared at first but the staff and our group (all strangers at first) were so supportive she ended up doing all the lines. It was fun, very safe with well trained staff.
Wow! What an amazing experience zipping on lines, feeling like I'm flying!
Piiholo Treetop Zips has the longest side-by-side zipline in the state.
We came back for another round of zips at Piiholo after our introduction last year. We elected again for the 5-line zip and it was better the second time -...
This is truly one of the best entertainment I've ever had I was very scared to start off with but the guys were so calm and so quiet and so friendly and so...