Named after the famous maroon (escaped slave) chief, this steep staircase carves into a high plateau. A local family maintains the vertiginous track: Stop at the farmhouse to donate $5 per person or hire a guide. At the bottom, cool off in a tributary of the Layou River, which can be walked along and waded in, eventually leading back to the Bells Schoolhouse. Then head left to the road where the hike began.
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