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Green Mountain National Park

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Welcome green on the island

The history of Green Mountain is fascinating, but it is probably best enjoyed from a tough and... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2018
AlistairBurrow
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Incredible

I went with a group of friends on our day off and wow. We walked from bottom to top and it’s just... read more

Reviewed February 3, 2018
Briony B
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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed July 29, 2018

The history of Green Mountain is fascinating, but it is probably best enjoyed from a tough and smallish vehicle (the road up is extremely steep and the hairpin bands are very tight - you do not want to meet a vehicle coming the other way!...More

Thank AlistairBurrow
Reviewed February 3, 2018 via mobile

I went with a group of friends on our day off and wow. We walked from bottom to top and it’s just incredible. The views are breathtaking and so is the hike to the top. Very steep in some places so wear proper shoes. And...More

Thank Briony B
Reviewed January 26, 2018 via mobile

Requires a strong vehicle, and definitely get a guide, but has beautiful views, unique plants, and if you're lucky, you'll see wild sheep as well.

Thank Austin E
Reviewed November 23, 2017

Staying with a cousin on island this time, I escaped the heat of Two Boats and walked up the mountain from there. Once on the path leading up to the summit it has to be taken easy as it will still be very hot (!),...More

1  Thank elouise36
Reviewed October 26, 2017 via mobile

I have ventured here on multiple occasions and written a positive review before that had since been deleted I must guess. For those who think driving pass of the cattle in Scotland or hardknott pass in the lakes, or most alpine passes, well this is...More

Thank 068man
Reviewed August 12, 2017

We used to go running in the afternoon heat up through the park, the views are impressive in places all across the island and out over the ocean.

Thank David N
Reviewed June 23, 2017 via mobile

No matter how much time I spend on Ascension, it's always nice to go up Green Mountain, it feels like stepping into another (Jurassic) world. It's hard to believe that it's actually man made and didn't exist 200 years ago.

Thank Robert F
Reviewed November 14, 2016

Green mountain is the coolest part of the island it's completely different to the barren volcanic lava flows and ash that makes up most of Ascension. Hidden in the mist at the night point is what we call the dew pond filled with water and...More

3  Thank Samara-Craig
Reviewed August 14, 2016

There are a nice variety of walks to do on Green Mountain. My favourite it Break Neck Valley although I usually start from the Pines and walk up and back down again. The mountain is lush and is a nice change from the rest of...More

Thank Annalise T
Reviewed April 21, 2016 via mobile

Was stationed her in 1982. It was a real eye opener for me at 21yrs old.walked up the mountain with amazing views ans scenery.it was totally different to the normal landscape.i remember we ran down.there was a bar about half way up called the rose...More

1  Thank david d
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