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Hiking trails are maintained by the NPS. Trails range from short and relatively flat to down a tropical mountainside and back up if you desire or catch a boatride back to the NPS visitor center. You can literally hike the entire island. See my Off the Beaten Path tips for more on hiking trails.
National Park Service
Trailbandit hiking trail website
StJ offers an annual marathon. It is called 8 tuff miles
St. John Tradewinds article
There are many dive operators available on StJ Lowkey watersports is in Cruz Bay. They also offer equipment rentals.
You can also find snorkel, windsurfing, kayaking equipment rentals such as;
Cinnamon Bay watersports equipment rentals at the Cinnamon Bay campground
Cinnamon Bay Watersports
Crabby's watersport rentals in Coral Bay
Updated Mar 15, 2009
As an excursion through our cruise ship, we went snorkeling on Trunk Bay beach. This was my first snorkeling experience and was very fun after figuring out how to breathe and do the fins. It seemed to be a great spot for a beginner to snorkel! And wow, what a beautiful beach!!
Equipment: We just brought our swimsuits and sunscreen and rented the snorkel equipment there at the beach.
Written Jul 26, 2004
Although my fiance had a little trouble with her snorkelling gear, once we were equipped properly, we really enjoyed our snorkel out in Trunk Bay cove. There is a very nice trail in the water for you to follow and see the flora and fauna.
Equipment: I would recommend renting the scuba gear from the National Park rental center there.
Written Jun 2, 2004
Gallows Point Resort Cruz Bay
1 Review and 409 Opinions Our very exclusive package was ~$850 per night for seven nights. very secluded beaches, incredible...
Maho Bay Camps Virgin Islands National Park