||The Flat Point Trail:
Walking Time:30 minutes, round trip
A road just before the airport goes down to Cove Bay and Flat Point.
From the old leather factory, walk out to the bluf overlooking the ocean. Follow white
marks painted on the rocks. No trail. Highlights include: Tidepools, remains of a sugar
cane boiling house, views.
||The Sulfur Mine Trail:
WalkingTime: 80 minutes, roundtrip
As you come down on the main road after the church at Hell`s Gate,
make a sharp left at the second road on your left. The trail begins at the end of the
road. A rough path comes up after passing a green wooden house and connects with the
original trail, which heads across the hillside to another house and then steeply down. At
a trail junction continue down the trail, to the left you will see an old part of Mary`s
Point. DO NOT ENTER THE MINE!
The Sandy Cruz Trail:
Walking Time: 2 hour, one-way
The trail begins above upper Hell`s Gate. Follow the road that takes
off from the main road going to the airport and continue up to a rock wall with a white
square painted on to it. Turn left and continue up past the houses. The trail begins on
your left near the end of the road.
||The Spring Bay Trail :
Walking Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes, one-way
In English Quarter, take the concrete footpath to the right of the
Agricultural Center. Follow the route out through more or less open country, watching for
the remains of the Spring Bay Flat Boiling House along the way. Just before the final
ascent to Old Booby Hill, tracks will lead to Spring Bay and right to Cove Gut Bay. It is
suggested that you hire a guide before attempting these.
||The Maskehorne Hill Trail:
Walking Time: 20 minutes, round trip
Short trail can be reached by either the Crispeen Trail or the
mountain road. Offers nice views of Windwardside
|| The Crispeen Trail:
Walking Time:1 hour to Rendezvous
The Crispeen Trail begins short after the last house in the Bottom.
The trail to Rendezvous begins above the last house on the left. The trail enters a
rainforest and breaks out into fields. Continue through the fields and over a forested
ridge. The trail continues into pastureland and on to the junction with th Mt. Scenery
Trail. Highlights: views of the Bottom and secondary rainforest.
|| The Bud's Mountain Trail:
Walking Time: 35 minutes, round trip, not including 30 minutes on the Crispeen Trail to reach trail
Diverging from The Crispeen Trail, this trail ascends from an open
meadow and past a small farmhouse to enter a rainforest of tree ferns, mango, and balsam
trees on Mt. Scenery`s western slopes. The track ends on a small knoll overlooking the
southwestern portion of Saba.
|| The Bottom Mountain Trail:
Walking Time: 20 minutes, round trip, not including 30 minutes on The Crispeen Trail to reach trail beginning.
The Bottom Mountain Trail diverges to the west from the Crispeen
Trail. It passes through open, pleasant grazing land and a fern-covered forest floor to
end in an overgrown field.
|| The All Too Far Trail:
Walking Time:1 hour minutes, round trip
Going towards The Bottom, this easy and enjoyable walk leaves the main
highway to the left of the last house in St. Johns. The obvious open country route (no
trail) leads to one of the better outlooks on the whole island. With views up to Troy
Mountain and down to Fort Bay, Thais Hill is a great place to be for sunset.
|| The Paris Hill Trail:
Walking Time: 50 minutes, round trip
On the road leading to Fort Bay is the JPF Radio
Station. The Paris Hill Trail begins here and works its way to a
popular spot in an open pasture. Although the pathway is steep, it
is surprisingly easy walking. The excellent scenery is well worth
the little extra effort.
|| The Mount Scenery Trail:
Walking Time: 2 hours, round trip
The most popular hike on the island, travel to the summit to walk through the clouds in the Elfin rainforest!
|| The Ladder:
Walking Time: 1 hour, round trip
At the end of Ladder Bay Road in The Bottom, the more then 400 steps
of The Ladder begin on the left. These steps lead down to the old anchorage. Before the
harbor and pier were built at Fort Bay, all cargo (and visitors) had to be brought up
these steps. Wildflowers are plentifull in the winter month, growing amid hundreds of
mahogany trees and seedlings. Note: These steps are quite steep and could present a
physical challenge to those not used to climbing stairs. Also, they are almost always wet
|| The North Coast Trail:
Walking Time: 2 hours, one-way
The Mary`s Point Hike follows a pathway leading to the now abandoned
Mary`s Point settlement. Passing through a stand of mahogany trees on its way to a view of
Diamond Rock, the route now sees little foot traffic, so a guide is an absolute must. Bird
watchers may be interested to know that, in the past years, the track was a popular place
for observing frigatebirds. A guide is recommended. YOU MUST HAVE A GUIDE!
|| The Road:
The Road should not be overlooked as an unique opportunity to walk and
explore. It is only nine miles (about 15 km) long and, except in the villages, motor
vehicle traffic is light. The Road is an easy hike. Even though it climbs from sea level
to over 2000 feet (700 m) and then down again, it is well graded and not strenuous as long as you walk at your own pace.
|| Dancing Place Trail:
Walking Time: 20 minutes , one-way
Saba's newest trail recovery a part of an old
connection path between villages. Paralell to the road outside
Windwardside it gives you a chance to escape the road and its
passing cars and still walk alongside towards St. John's and The
Bottom. Nice vistas and relaxing benches allow you to overlook the
Caribbean sea & look at the other island surrounding Saba.