Golf, Trekking on Horseback

Lanai Pine Sporting Clays / Landy Pine Archery

The rustic 14-station sporting clay course is situated on the northwest section of the island. Meandering through a pine-wooded valley that overlooks Molokai, the course allows shooters to tackle a variety of target angles. A skeet range with trap and a compact station will be fun for shotgunners of all skill levels. The 12-target range, Lanai Pine Archery, offers the excitement and challenge of archery at its best.

The Stables at Koele

Explore the hillside surrounding Koele by horseback and capture the flavor of Lanai's rich ranching history. Wooded upland trails lead to hidden valleys that are home to axis deer and other wildlife, offering spectacular views of Maui, Molokai, Lanai City, and the Lodge. Reservations for private and group trail rides can be made by contacting the concierge or the stables at Koele.

Biker on Munro Trail
Biker on Munro Trail
© HVCB / Ron Dahlquist

Koloiki Ridge Hike

Koloiki Ridge Hike is about a five mile trail that starts from the Lodge at Koele and takes you through the forested hills and valleys of the Koele uplands. Enjoy the solitude and rugged beauty of Lanai by taking this nature hike.

Cavendish Golf Course

This public nine-hole, par 36 course in the pines, is free to residents. Visitors are, however, asked to leave a donation for maintaining the course.

Experience at Koele Golf Course & Clubhouse

The Experience at Koele Golf Course
The Experience at Koele Golf Course
© HVCB / Ron Dahlquist
Legendary golfer Greg Norman and architect Ted Robinson together designed the 7,017-yard, par 72 course in the cool uplands of Koele. The mountain course begins on a plateau nearly 2,000 feet above sea level, set off by panoramic views of Maui and Molokai directly across the ocean channel.

The dramatic signature hole number eight presents a spectacular 250-foot drop in elevation from tee to green through wooded ravines.

Challenge at Manele Golf Course & Clubhouse

This 7,039-yard, par 72 golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus Productions offers golfers a completely different experience from the upcountry experience at Koele. Built on several hundred acres of lava outcroppings, this target-style course features three holes constructed upon the cliffs of Hulopoe Bay, which use the Pacific Ocean as a dramatic water hazard. All 18 holes on the course have sweeping vistas of the ocean.