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“Great view of the interior flora to a great beach”
Aug 17, 2017
Rising nearly 1,300 feet above sea level, St. John's highest peak offers breathtaking views of St. Thomas, St. Croix and the British Virgin Islands in the distance, and a scenic trail for the hike downhill to Lameshur.
The spine of the island runs West to East through the beautiful interior of the island. This trail drops from the spine down to a beautiful and calm bay. At the trailhead, there is not a lot of places to park the Jeep, which doesn't...More
Was at Little Lameshur with family and decided to explore up past the ruins. 40 minutes later I'd reached the second vista point on the trail, then turned back. Nice views. When I got done with my round trip I was glad I did it....More
Start early in the morning and be ready for a good work out. The trail is challenging and steep but the view is totally worth it. Start from the top and have someone pick you up at the bottom if you can but if not...More
Trail on south side of island. Typically go one way, then come back the other. Can be done from the top, Bordeaux Mtn road or from the bottom, Lameshur Bay. We elected to go up, then down so started at Lameshur. Road is "gnarly". Drive...More
I ran down the Bordeaux mountain trail as part of a loop around the reef bay trail and Bordeaux mountain road.
Overall the trail is steep and fairly rocky compared to other trails on the island and it was probably my last favorite trail I...More
We hiked this after going to little lameshur beach. There was a nice view at one point of lameshur bay. But when we got to the top there wasn't a view at all and you are on the road quite a bit until you get...More
One of my favorite hikes on STJ UP parking at the Reef Bay trail head on Centerline Road by 8 AM, in order to secure a parking space, and beat the mid day heat. Hike down Reef Bay Trail to Pertoglyphs (0.4 mile side trip),...More