Saoirse in Mt Hartman Bay
The first section of the Seven Sisters Falls hike follows this dirt road.
One of Grenada's "Janet Houses", prefabbed huts shipped in from Venezuela after Hurricane Janet destroyed the island in 1955.
One of the bamboo staircases carved into the hillside on the Seven Sisters Falls trail.
The stream flowing away from the pools at Seven Sisters Falls.
Upper pool at Seven Sisters Falls.
Both pools of Seven Sisters Falls.
St. Margaret Falls, also known as the Seven Sisters Falls.
Upper St. Margaret Falls.
Bamboo stands along the Seven Sisters trail.
Stream crossing on the Seven Sisters Falls trail.
This narrow canyon was inaccessible to me this day...but I will check it out eventually!
It may be hard to tell in this picture, but there's fish under the log. Makes you wonder how they got up in this small mountain pool.
What appears to be the end of the line of the Seven Sisters hike, though I really wanted to cross that slick log and check out that narrow canyon.
The trail to Seven Sisters Falls is maintained fairly well.
Bamboo along the side of the Grand Etang Lake shoreline trail.
You don't want to fall through some of this rotting wood! Stay towards the sides of the bridge.
Muddy Grand Etang Lake shoreline trail - you can see some of the planks put down by the park.
Final views of Grand Etang Lake before disappearing into the jungle on the shoreline trail.
Looking towards the northwest side of Grand Etang Lake, and the jungle that hides the shoreline trail.
Stairs leading down to the Grand Etang Lake Shoreline Trail
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