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Hiking Grenada’s Grands Etang National Park
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Hiking Grenada’s Grands Etang National Park

Hiking Grenada’s Grands Etang National Park

Explore the most popular trails in Grenada West Indies

There are many hiking trails within the Grands Etang National Park, varying in duration and difficulty. Some of the parks hiking trails are well maintained while others are overgrown and require the use of a guide. Most trails begin close to the park’s visitor center and the helpful staff can arrange guides.

Grands Etang National Park trails options include:

Concord Falls is for the daring adventurers only, this hiking trail involves branching off towards the end of the Mount Qua Qua trek and continuing on to the Concord Falls. It is a five-hour hike one way and the trail is overgrown and even nonexistent in some parts – check on conditions before heading out. It’s imperative to take a guide. From the falls it’s another 1.5 miles from the village of Concord, from where you can arrange transport.

Grand Etang Shoreline trail follows the radiant shoreline of Grand Etang lake, providing a leisurely 1 ½-hour hike. Passing through five distinct sub-climatic communities will introduce you to the wide diversity of flora and fauna the park has to offer. Be prepared to encounter some tropical mud and intricate stream crossings so bring adequate footwear.

Morne La Baye trail is a short interpretive walk starting from the Grand Etang National Park headquarters. It offers excellent examples of Grenada’s rich foliage and, at less than a mile, is an easy 15-minute walk that starts behind the visitor center.  Different plants and trees are labeled with signs and a trail guide offers brief histories of their historical importance.  At the end of the trail, you can climb the tower overlooking the park and the Eastern-Atlantic coast.

Mount Qua Qua is a 4.3 kilometer moderately difficult three-hour round-trip trail located near Saint George, Saint David, Grenada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels.  offering some of the best views of the rainforest.

Seven Sisters Falls is a two-hour hike that passes seven waterfalls in the rainforest. This hike is perfect for those who want to know something about nature without undergoing much physical exertion. The trek to the falls (more like a walk) is completed in just three hours roundtrip. It is a challenging trek but is considered one of the best hikes in Grenada. It starts 1.25 miles north of the visitor center. You will be asked to pay EC$5 (less than $2.00 us dollars) for admission to the private property at the trailhead.

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