Canal De Beauregard, Fonds Saint Denis

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  • What waste to have this heritage class and do not maintain... Just a few strokes of brush cutter and a little cleanup of the canal would be largely sufficient indeed this historical heritage of the Martinique channel is blocked in some places simply by fallen branches... More now where hiking is officially closed ' a small piece of the wall is broken, but this is one feasible either through water for 1 meter, or turn around from this landslide that tell of the tunnel at the end hiking is closed for 3 years... Back to hiking it even, nice, but watch out for people prone to Vertigo by the time the vacuum isn't far away. Shaded by moment in the Sun at other times seen pleasant Valley, encounter with goats on the wall, flowers in the end all of this is well worth a beer arriving at the end of the course to go then after the way back a good small flat creole in a snack the feet in the water on the beach of the Carbet (see my review at fishermen)
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  • We have planned to do the hike. What was our surprise upon arriving at the parking lot of the starting point: access forbidden. It would be good that NEB transmit such information to the update of the website and block the access road before the descent to Red House. Attention: presence possible snakes and not recommended for people prone to Vertigo
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  • Also known as "le canal des Esclaves" ( which is actually an aqueduct built by slaves between 1760-1770) offers breathtaking views of the valley. When you begin, the edge you walk on appears very narr...  more »