With the highest point located at an astounding 1,716 feet above sea level, Sage Mountain National Park is considered a hikers paradise, complete with majestic overlooks, tropical trees and 29 acres of an exotic forest that has been untouched for over 500 years.
Aside from Sage Mountain’s plentiful views and guided trails and maps along the way make the experience all the more easier; there is a roaring tropic wildlife full of Bo-peep tree frogs, lizards, a variation of crabs and ever-elusive bananaquits.
Exotic trees and plants are also in abundance, including guavaberry you can find through the Central trail, elephant ear vine in the semi rain forest area up the Northern trail, not to mention scattered fig tree, bulletwood, white cedar, and mahogany.
Sage Mountain National Park spans over 92-acres and is located in west-central Tortola. Entrance to the park is conveniently located a short distance from the parking lot, and is easily accessible through any point on Tortola.
Because most of the mountain area is located 1,000 feet above sea level and is located next to the sea the temperature tends to be a little chilly and damp, so make sure to dress accordingly, and don’t forget your hiking shoes.