We arrived to Monserat in the early afternoon, dropped our bags off at the hotel and set off on this hike. First off, there are a lot of stairs and not the nice, evenly cut kind. If that's a problem, you might want to try another walk. About 20 minutes into the hike, we passed a group coming down with a woman who had a bloody face and was crying. She must have fallen, so you really do have to be careful going up as well as going down. It took my husband and I a little less than two hours to get to the top with plenty of stops to "admire the view" (catch my breath) and "take another picture" (catch my breath again). The way down was faster, but we were cautious on the stairs and downward sloping areas. It was really a beautiful way to spend the afternoon.
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