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We read about this hike in "Off the beaten path" and liked the way it sounded due to the diversity of terrain, views and vistas along the way and the isolated beach/bay at the end. 2 of the 2 items were advertised but the beach...More
Unless you intend to snorkel when you get there, there isn't much to look forward to when you arrive. The hike, to me, wasn't worth the reward you usually feel when you get to the destination (think Ram Head...the magnificent view from the top)..
This started out as a planned half day activity and we ended up using the whole day! We did the walk just from East End Road to Brown Bay. I'm not sure if that's officially Brown Bay trail, but we hiked up a mountain and...More
Maybe I say this because I was out of shape but it was quite the trek up the hill and not a hike where you can enjoy scenery while you hike because the ground is rocky and there are tree roots and sharp rocks to...More
This was our first hike as we wanted to take an easy route the first time. An easy 20 minute walk (carrying beach chairs!) on a rocky dirt trail ends at a spectacular and desolate sandy beach. The beach has some natural debris but the...More
This was my favorite hike on St. John. It's not too difficult and leads to a beautiful beach with dozens of conch shells and star fish. If you go before noon, it's highly likely you'll have it all to yourself. Sometimes the locals stop by...More
I only made it part way down the trail due to my hiking partner getting tired. This trail is on the dry side of the island, so it feels more like hiking through Utah than hiking through tropical jungle. It's near Haulover Bay, which can...More