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Hikers may decide to take on Gorda Peak near the center of the island, a rugged trail that leads up to 1,359 feet above sea level. A 360-degree view of sapphire blue waters and verdant hills and valleys is the reward to the most intrepid! And a jaunt to the North Sound area and Leverick

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Accessible by boat or by walking through the trails of The Baths, this National Park beach offers pure white sand sprinkled with large granite boulders, as well as deep blue Caribbean waters rich with marine life and coral for captivating diving and snorkeling. A 15-minute hike from the top of The Baths brings you to

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The prominent landmark dominates Mine Hill, on the cliffs of the south-eastern tip of Virgin Gorda. Surrounding the Copper Mine ruins there are many granite rock outcroppings, with additional deposits of quartz, feldspars, tin copper and other clay minerals. This abandoned copper mine played an important role in the history of Virgin Gorda. Spaniards passing

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​​​Mon Repos is situated on more than one acre of fully-fenced flat lawn studded with Virgin Gorda’s famous smooth boulders. A handsome residence with its large landscaped lawn and tiled roofs, Mon Repos offers plenty of room to relax. Other features are cool tile floors, ceilings of beamed cedar, artistic lighting, draperies and window blinds

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To the east of The Baths is Spring Bay. The giant boulders line the beach and there are excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities for novices and professionals alike. The well-manicured lawn leading to the beach is also a favorite for picnic and recreational games. The National Park Trust has recently put in swings and added

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The centerpiece of this dramatic area on Virgin Gorda’s north shore is The Baths, a geological wonder comprised of awe-inspiring granite boulders, which form sheltered sea pools on the beach’s edge. The protected area also includes Devil’s Bay, which can be reached from The Baths by a series of ladders scaling the boulders. Just north

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