My eyes weren't prepared for the majesty in their view. The mountains spiraled into fog or steam, I'm not sure which since they are a volcanic complex and what I was viewing could've been a bit of steam or gas or something thermal, at any rate, they made for a wonderful photograph of serenity against Jalousie bay and the bright sun that brought their fogginess to life.
These are two green spurts or peaks classified as World Heritage sites. Gros Piton, which is hiked more than petit piton, is 2530 feet high and a challenge, while the smaller one is 2438 feet high. They are blanketed by a collection of plants and other natural, uneven, wonders. The local delicious beer, Piton, is named for these mountains and was brought free of charge to our hotel room each night, well, maybe not, maybe it was included in the room rate.
They are worth a closer view and a trip to the summit with a guide.
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