ST. VINCENT HIKING
Whether you feel like a short, easy stroll or want the challenge of a more strenuous treks, St.Vincent has something for you. Rewarding destinations include picturesque rivers and waterfalls such as Dark View Falls and Trinity Falls, as well as forest hikes such as the Vermont Nature Trail and the Cumberland Nature Trail.
For many, a hiking trip to St Vincent would not be complete without a visit to the summit of the awe-inspiring La Soufriere volcano.
St. Vincent’s La Soufriere Volcano
Duration: 2 hours one-way from the Rabacca trailhead.
Whether you decide to go there and back, all the way across the island, or even down into the crater itself, St. Vincent’s La Soufriere Volcano is an amazing and unforgettable hike. The site opens from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Users of this site please note that the St. Vincent & the Grenadines National Parks Rivers & Beaches Authority has declared the Trinity Falls closed, until further notice.
St. Vincent’s Dark View Falls
St. Vincent’s Vermont Nature Trail
This is also the habitat for the Whistling Warbler, Black Hawk, Cocoa Thrush, the Crested Hummingbird, Redcapped Green Tanager, Green Heron and several other interesting species.
Trekking the Vermont Nature Trail is a fun and educational hiking experience as well as a wonderful destination for bird watching.
Located just 9 miles from Kingstown, driving time is approximately half an hour.
Read the do's and dont's of Vermont Nature Trails here...
Cumberland Nature Trail
Duration: Approximately 2.5 miles