On the easternmost tip of the island of Maui lies the small town of Hana, one of the most remote settlements in all of Hawaii. The primary access to Hana is via the Hana Highway. This highway is also designated Hawaii Route 360, although locals rarely use this name. The road to Hana is narrow, winding, and mountainous, though not truly dangerous. It crosses over 46 one-lane bridges, where vehicles may be expected to give way to oncoming traffic. Along the way, the route passes by a great number of waterfalls and black sand beaches, and scenic turnouts are plentiful. As a result, the Hana Highway has become a tourist destination in its own right. The highway is the subject of entire guidebooks listing the many attractions along the highway.
Our Hawaii Route 360 Hana Highway sign points the way to this famous road. It is made according to the classic sign layout standards the Hawaii government used in the mid-1960s. The fonts and shield are 100% accurate; you’ll be confident you’re getting a sign that looks just like the real deal would.
Our Hawaii Route 360 Hana Highway marker is flat printed on heavy steel. It’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor display purposes. You can get it in five different sizes, from 14 × 10 inches all the way up to a colossal 63 × 45 inches. All of them include mounting holes for your convenience. (Do you want a size not available here? Or perhaps a similar sign with a different route number and highway name? We’d be happy to help! Just contact Jake to get started.)