Mt. Pimard Nature Trail Hike

Mt. Pimard Nature Trail Hike
Price: $55.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic, Active
Shore Excursion Duration 2 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? The Pink Papaya Restaurant for guests arriving in Point Seraphine. The Tourist Information Desk for those guests arriving in Port Castries (La Place Carenage).
Food/Beverage Provided Bottled Water
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and sturdy walking shoes.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. Guests should be in reasonable physical condition, the hike is less than 3 miles in total. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. Minimum age to participate is 8 years old.

Mt. Pimard Nature Trail Hike

The island of St. Lucia is the most mountainous one in the Caribbean, drawing thousands of tourists each year to its beauty and nature trails.

At a peak elevation of 171 meters, this private nature reserve is known as Mount Pimard offers wonderful panoramic views of Rodney Bay and the surrounding island for a fraction of the price to hike the Pitons. Your blood will get pumping as your hiking guides lead you through lush trails to Mt. Pimard's summit for picture-perfect photos of the famed Pitons at the end of the island. Marvel at the gorgeous scenery that surrounds you including a 180-degree backdrop of the sea as you hike with the water at your back and the mountain beneath your feet. While underway you will learn the fascinating history of St. Lucia and the immediate area. Be sure to bring your camera to capture stunning shots of the most beautiful view available in the north of the island.

Make the most of your time on this jewel of an island by booking today.

4.5 Stars4.6 / 5  |  5 ReviewsReview This Tour
Fun hike with great views
January 16, 2020
Germain our tour guide made this tour fun, he was very informative and full of energy, and gave us good tips regarding the island and its history, places to see.
Reviewer: Jaspal Gill
5 Stars
Hike
December 06, 2019
Sam, our guide, was terrific!! It was a beautiful place to hike. The view was amazing. We would totally recommend this to anyone who loves to hike. The only thing that we think they should add, was strenuous hike. It was okay for our group. But, unless you are in good condition; it would of been to hard.
Reviewer: Chris
4 Stars
Fun hike
February 04, 2019
This hike was somewhat strenuous, although less than 4 miles round trip. View from the top was great. The guide was knowledgeable and willing to answer all questions.
Reviewer: David Bakke
4 Stars
Mt Pimard Nature Trail Hike
March 14, 2018
This hike was excellent. It is not a long hike but very steep and quite strenuous. In some areas you have to use the tree roots across the path as steps. Other areas are rock so you have to walk up the rock using ropes. When you get to the top, you see amazing views on both sides of the mountain. It was lots of fun. Our guide was very knowledgeable, telling us lots about the island. i would highly recommend this if you are a hiker.
Reviewer: Terry
5 Stars
A great hike but strenuous!
January 31, 2018
I loved this hike. My husband (who has a height phobia) was less enthusiastic. He made it to the top but was definitely not keen on the parts of the trail where you needed a rope. Our guide, King, was great! We had great views from the top and overall had a great day :-)
Reviewer: Darci
5 Stars