From Friar's Bay Beach
, a bumpy, tree-canopied road leads inland to this peak. At 1,492 feet, it's the island's highest point. The road is quite isolated, also quite steep and not in particularly good shape, becoming a single lane as you near the summit. If you follow it to the top and then take a short walk along a small way to the right of the street you come to the observation area. From there, the tropical forest unfolds below and the vistas are breathtaking.
On your way back down do yourself a favor, visit Loterie Farm
, St. Martin’s only private nature reserve.