Sun, May 28, 2017, 6:00am: Hike to Jack, Isaac, Horseshoe and Boiler Bay

General info for all hikes and walks: Hikes and walks are $5 for members, and $10 for non-members (become a member). Unless otherwise noted, the pace for hikes is moderate, lasting 3-5 hours, covering 3-5 miles, the terrain is hilly, footing is sometimes uneven, and we follow trails and possibly paved or dirt roads. Walks are easier and shorter than hikes, and usually follow paved or dirt roads, no trails. The guide may periodically stop and talk along the way. Bring sturdy, comfortable walking or hiking shoes, water, snack, bug spray, rain poncho, and camera. Shorts or long pants are OK. For day hikes, bring a hat and sun block. For night hikes, bring a small flashlight. There are usually about 20 people. We depart about 30 minutes after the posted start time. For some hikes, we will meet at the indicated location, then drive a short distance to the hike location.

Specific info for this hike: Hike the beautiful eastern tip of St. Croix to Jack Bay, Isaac Bay, Horseshoe Bay and Boiler Bay. The hike is moderate, with some rough areas, mostly through coastal terrain. We will discuss the natural, cultural, marine and historical landscape of the area. The hike is about 5 miles total. Short or long pants are OK. Bring swimwear if you want to swim. Olasee Davis, ecologist will be our tour guide. Meet at Cramer Park at 6:00am.

See the meeting spot on Google Maps

Driving directions:
- From Christiansted, go east on Routes 75 and 82 for about 9 miles, towards Point Udall.
- Turn left into Cramer Park, which is clearly marked.
- Park just inside the gate, to the right.

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