We joined the Hike Fest for a hike of segment 7 of this trail. The group was large - 70 people - and we started late so it had started to get very warm. This trail was mostly in the rain forest but there were several spots with spectacular views of the coast line and some fun interactions with some of the plantation owners. The group had a leader and a sweep but some of the trail markings were not obvious and some of the group became separated from the main group - not sure where they ended up. The trail contours were mostly straight up and straight down a very muddy and slick trail. It was easy to slip, fall and slide down the steep sections. Not sure of the mileage but it took 6 hours to complete this segment. Take lots of water, food and a walking or hiking stick if you do this.
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