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Haleakala Zipperpull-Pendant
  • Haleakala Zipperpull-Pendant
  • Haleakala Zipperpull-Pendant
  • 1 inch diameter
  • Cast in fine pewter
  • Lanyard hook attachment
  • Mounted on story card
Place Name: Haleakalā Crater
Elevation: 10,023 ft.
Coordinates: N20° 42' 35'' W156° 15' 12''
Location: Haleakalā National Park, Maui, Hawaii, USA
MarkerSleuth Photo Contributors: Wayne Groff and Jim Dryden
Haleakalā, or “House of the Sun”, is the third largest volcano in the Hawaiian Archipelago, peaking at an elevation of 10,023 ft. Once a strategic spot for Hawaiian navigators to study the stars, the summit area is still used today to monitor and explore the heavens. The summit anchors the top of the southwest rift zone and is capped by a cinder cone known as Pu’u’ula’ula (“red hill”).