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What do ziplines and trees have in common?


ZIp For The Trees

Skyline Eco-Adventures, Maui’s original zipline company is proud to announce its third annual “Zip For The Trees” community zipline and tree planting fundraiser.

On November 2, Skyline will offer zipline tours for $30.00 per person for a 3-line (plus swinging bridge) tour at the Haleakala course located on Crater Road. From 8:30 am – 4:00 pm they will take out groups of 12 guests every 1/2 hour. Tours are open to the public on a first-come, first served basis, no reservation is necessary. 100% of the proceeds from these tours will be given back to a specified charitable community organization.

In addition to ziplining, and in celebration of Arbor Day, Skyline will be guiding Maui youth groups and zipline guests in planting native Hawaiian trees on the grounds of the Haleakala course. Environmental groups will be on hand to help educate participants about Hawaii’s unique environment, history and culture. Guests will also enjoy live music, a live radio broadcast from Padific Radio Group with prizes and giveaways and much more! Food will be available for purchase.

Designated charitable organizations:

East Maui Watershed Partnership

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust

Hawaiian Canoe Club’s Kamali‘i program

Hui Malama Learning Center

The Nature Conservancy

Maui Cultural Lands

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