Nevis Peak has an elevation of 3,232' (985 m), so it's plenty high enough to wring the moisture out of the tradewinds passing over it, creating a cool, misty, wet environment
for rain forest species. Our rain forest is small compared to Dominica's, but it's still an interesting and pleasant place to hike.
There are many trails leading up into the rain forest here--some pretty easy hiking and some more strenuous. There's a group of ex-pats that hikes every week. Here's a photo
from the top of the mountain that I took two Saturdays ago. The clouds had just lifted enough to see the southeast peninsula of St. Kitts.
If you come here and feel like exercising your legs, give me a shout.