Lots of volcanic rock and tree roots to watch your footing on. South end was a bit swampy but overall hike was great. Use bug spray and take water! You will sweat

hiking
5 months ago

Leaping lizards!! There is so much volcanic limestone so please wear sturdy shoes. There were no great open spaces but the rock formations are really interesting. There is plenty of shade which was very nice.

We also saw lots of snakes, birds, a hermit crab and a very large tree frog!

hiking
11 months ago

This is the only hiking trail found in the Cayman Islands. Easily accessible with a well defined trail. During rainy season some areas can get a bit muddy but its nothing too difficult. Lots of flora but very little fauna. Be on the lookout for the very shy Agouti and listen out for parrots.

If you want to cut the trip in half, take two cars and park one at either trail head. After the hike (if you end at the northern trail head) take a ride to Rum Point for a dip in the Caribbean Sea and have one (or two) of Rum Point's famous mudslide. Also nearby is the Queen's Botanical Park. This is definitely worth the visit as its home to quite a few blue iguanas.

Keep bug spray on hand and take 2-3 liters of water. Trainers/Sneakers are fine for the hike. Cotton is not advisable (the humidity is pretty high).

Happy trails!

1 month ago

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