One look and it becomes obvious how Saddle Hill got its name. It rests 1,250 feet above sea level, in the shape of a saddle. This mini rainforest is where British Naval Admiral Horatio Nelson kept watch for foreign intruders, and served as a strategic stronghold aiding in his success. In recent years, the fort atop the hill has been developed, and is accessible for hiking by contacting Michael Herbert, a local tour guide. The hike arouses a sense of adventure and is an exciting and picturesque outing for those seeking beauty and escapade. On a clear day, it is possible to see the neighboring isles of Montserrat, St. Eustacius and Antigua.
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