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I decided that I wanted to climb Mt. Qua Qua after seeing a breathtaking picture taken from the top of the mountain and I wanted to see this for myself. My husband is from Grenada and has climbed this mountain several times. This was my...More
We did the Qua Qua trail in a dry day, which probably is not the rule in the center of Grenada with its 160" rainfall per year. A little over an hour up from the Grand Etang visitor's center, and less than an hour down....More
This is not a hard hike technically. At the time we did it, the trail was very slippery and muddy and we got a good soaking of tropical rain as well! it took us 3 experienced and fit hikers (with 2 guides) 1.15 hours to...More
This hike has so many amazing views of the island. It was just so breathtaking to see. It's a short trail that would leaving anyone astonished, from the cool air that simply makes its effortless to hike to the lush green forestry.
The trail is easy to find, and it’s free. Park the car in the designated parking lot at the entrance to the Grand Etang visitor center.
Start walking away from the visitor center entrance gate and you will see the trail across the road on...More
A really nice, not so long walk. We manage to climb (round-trip) around 3 hrs but we were in a bit hurry going down because of the coming rain. Hiking shoes are recommended, better do not do it in sandals so you could enjoy scenic...More
These mountains rang are all link to the Grand E Tank lake .
.Nature trails is available and short term apartments and stay over is accessible at reasonable rates with public transport accessible after hiking ..
We went with a guide, which wasn't necessary. The path is clear, but needs a bit of maintenance as there as some very muddy spots. A walking stick is useful. The path is narrow, and very steep so those with a fear of heights or...More
We visited the Grand Etang National Park. We arrived at 3PM and the booth for fees was already closed along with the historical house. The fee isn't very expensive for entry, so hire a driver or rent a car vs. paying the tour operators.
Unfortunately the weather wasn't optimal for our hike of Qua Qua -- overcast and kinda rainy. But, we embarked anyway. Overall the trail is in good shape. Steep in places. Quite slippery at times (rain!), so I highly recommend hiking shoes. Though we didn't get...More