a dormant volcano in Hawaii, on the island of Maui. 10,032 feet (3,058 meters) above sea level.
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How to use Haleakala in a sentence
At Haleakala, dogs are not permitted on trails, but you can bring them to paved parking lots and drive-up campgrounds and walk them along paved pathways.
One of these—a part of the description of the great volcano Haleakala, on the island of Maui—is a fair example of his eloquence.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete | Albert Bigelow Paine
That land we saw was the summit of Haleakala, the House of the Sun, the greatest extinct volcano in the world.
Ukiukiu is the name of the trade-wind that comes raging down out of the north-east and hurls itself upon Haleakala.
Overhead Ukiukiu and Naulu battled valiantly, and far above, in the sunshine, towered the mighty summit of Haleakala.
He had ridden mountain horses all his life on the rugged western slopes of Haleakala.
British Dictionary definitions for Haleakala
a volcano in Hawaii, on E Maui island. Height: 3057 m (10 032 ft). Area of crater: 49 sq km (19 sq miles). Depth of crater: 829 m (2720 ft)
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