Trail-running and hiking trails in Saint-MartinUpdated
St. Martin never disappoints hiking fans. There are countless trails through the vegetation that lead to the island’s various peaks.
Trails and beaches…
In Anse Marcel, the Froussards trail leads to Petites Cayes Bay, where a magnificent wild, white sandy beach awaits you. In Bellevue, a few trails lead to the top of St. Peter’s Hill. Some of them, like “La Ravine“, are pretty challenging, while others are not as steep and more accessible.
For some of the trails, we recommend you pick up a map and ask for advice before setting off.
Pic Paradis, highest point of the island
Standing at an altitude of 1,391 ft, Pic Paradis is the highest point on St. Martin. It offers a magnificent panoramic view over the entire island and the neighboring islands.
It’s the departure point for several hiking trails that crisscross the island’s lush-green hills.
You can also set off from Loterie Farm at the bottom of Pic Paradis, for a hike through the tropical forest, where you’ll see iguanas and monkeys. This waymarked hiking trail is accessible to all and is also available with a guide.