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Hiking Gros Piton St Lucia #117990
01/20/2017 07:50 AM
01/20/2017 07:50 AM
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What is the best way to get crew to the trail head to hike Gros Piton? We plan to anchor between the Pitons.

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Re: Hiking Gros Piton St Lucia [Re: Jccarr] #117991
01/23/2017 12:28 PM
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You can start from the beach at Anse L'Ivrogne, located between the Pitons or dingy into Soufriere and take a taxi to the trailhead 600' up the mountain.
Start early as it gets hot once the sun swings around and bring plenty of water.
Be aware that the anchorage between the Pitons can be very rolly at times' I just slept on the floor the one time we tried it after almost getting thrown out of bed numerous times from the swell.


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