A climb up Haleakalā
Today I'm sharing a seldom shown aerial view of the upper slopes of Haleakalā, Maui's 10,038ft tall volcano. This road remains an attraction for many tourists and locals alike, as it's the only way to the summit, AND it's chocked full of tasty curves for the auto and bicycle enthusiasts. Atop the mountain, you can see small white structures. These are a combination of visitor center, visitor observatory, and separately a space observatory center with a big giant ass telescope that can see Uranus from a few million miles away.
While filming a motorsports video on this beautiful stretch of road, working the drone for a bit, I took note of this landscape and couldn't resist stopping for a quickie clicky. Enjoy!