West Maui Mountains
The West Maui Mountains or West Maui Volcano, known to the Hawaiians as Maui Komohana, to scientists and geologists as Mauna Kahalawai, forms a much eroded shield volcano that constitutes the western one-quarter of the Hawaiian Islands of Maui. Since its last eruption approximately 320,000 years ago, the West Maui Mountains are now a lovely majestic vista for locals and sightseers alike!
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