There were many hiking trails on the property, ranging from very difficult to rather easy. Emily and I hiked only the very difficult ones. The longest, and most difficult trail was Trail F, which was a loop trail that went to the top of the highest peak on the resort. It was extremely steep and rugged, and due to the 20+inches of rain they had a few weeks before we arrived, it was also washed out in many places, thus making it quite treacherous. However it was worth the effort, as it gave us the most awesome, long-range views. We actually hiked Trail F twice so that we could see the views at different times of the day. It also helped us burn off some of the many calories we consumed during our stay. We also hiked Trail E, which was also a loop trail that went over to the Bitter End Yacht Club, which was an adjacent resort. It also was difficult, as it climbed the other peak on the property, but it wasn't as steep, nor was the trail as long.
The hikes we took allowed us to see the area from the top of the highest peaks. The views were spectacular - so much so that we hiked one of the trails twice to see the scenery in different lighting conditions.
Cacti at the base of the trail
Emily on a lower section of Trail F
Great views from the trail
Going through a goat gate
Sign pointing to the peak section of the trail - Note the lizard guarding it!