Bluff Point, located at the southern tip of Big Corn Island is a worth while hike. The way we went to get here was down the southern side of Quinn Hill. It is a rocky shore where you hope from rock to rock for a while with the occasional little sandy beach. Large parts of here get fairly hot because you are out of the wind for some time. Unfortunately there are parts with a bit of garbage which really ruins this area because it is really quite nice. Apparantly you are supposed to have a guide when going through here. We did. The time you probably will spend here is around an hour or so.
Little Corn is wonderfully remote. The island is littered with foot paths with out a motorized vehicle in sight.
Hiking around the island just following your nose will fill up a couple days even before you hit the water.
The flora is lush and exotic and the fauna (local dogs who follow you) are basically friendly and a welcome companionship.