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  2. Sunday Barbados National Trust MOONLIGHT HIKE - Kendal ...

    Sunday Barbados National Trust MOONLIGHT HIKE - Kendal Plantation Yard, St. John Attention all hikers!! Join the Barbados National Trust hikes every Sunday from ...

  3. Barbados Hiking Tours | Hiking Barbados

    Barbados Hiking Adventures... Want ... Barbados National Trust comes in, you see over the last 25 years the trust has located a number of good trails and paths ...

  4. Nature & Wildlife - Barbados

    Discover Nature & Wildlife. Barbados Will ... adventure with the Barbados National Trust, ... one of the well-established National Trust Hikes. St ...

  5. Hiking in Barbados -!

    Every Sunday the Barbados National Trust offers free hikes. Morning Hikes start at 6:00 a.m. Evening Hikes start at 3:30 p.m. except MOON hikes which start at 5:30 p.m.

  6. Join the Barbados National Trust on their Sunday morning ...

    Join the Barbados National Trust on their Sunday morning & afternoon hikes to explore the countryside and learn about the history of the island. ...

  7. Barbados Hikes Walks Hiking - Barbados Lodging for Hikers

    The Barbados National Trust Since 1986 the Barbados National Trust has organized free walks on Sunday for residents and visitors alike at 6 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Called Hike Barbados, they've become so popular that at times as many as several hundred people may show up.

  8. Hike Barbados - Barbados Pocket Guide

    Hike Barbados Hike Barbados certainly lives up to its name as they truly hike Barbados. These hikes are not ... other than going on a Barbados National Trust Hike.

  9. Active Pursuits in Barbados | Frommer's

    Hikes leave promptly at 6am and take about 3 hours to complete. There are also hikes at 3:30 and 5:30pm, the latter conducted only on moonlit nights. For more information, contact the Barbados National Trust.

  10. Hike Barbados, Free Hikes in Barbados! - YouTube

    Learn about the free hikes organised by the Barbados National Trust. Two hikes are held every Sunday at 6.00 am and either 3.30 pm or 5.30 pm (moonlight).

  11. Untracked Barbados - The Washington Post

    Hudson died in 2004, but the weekly hikes remain popular with locals and tourists alike. "He was a great innovator and a great environmentalist," said William Gollop, head of the Barbados National Trust, which now runs the hikes.