On the Big Island, Mauna Kea or the "White Mountain," is known for being largest and southernmost volcano on the Hawaiian islands. It's also the host of the world's largest astronomical observatory. Here is just a glimpse of a typical evening on Mauna Kea's summit. 

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Photos:  Bryce Johnson

Haleakala, or the "House of the Sun," attracts thousands of visitors and locals every year. It's a spectacular view unlike anything you've ever seen. With its 10,000 foot summit, you can watch the sun rise through the clouds and light up the sky! Such a beautiful site to see, and a must do upon visiting Maui. 

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