Last updated: April 5, 2021
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This popular trail descends through a shady, moist forest, passing through the remains of four sugar estates. Signs along the trail provide information about the natural and cultural history of the area including the names and traditional uses of the trees and plants. The trail ends at the impressive Reef Bay Sugar Estate with its old buildings and steam-powered machinery. A side trail at mile 1.6 leads to a waterfall and petroglyphs attributed to early Taino Indians.