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Travel Guides Martinique Peaks of Carbet
Peaks of Carbet
Peaks of Carbet (Pitons du Carbet in French) dominate the city of Fort de France. If you love hiking, they are with the ascent of nearby Mount Pelee, the 2nd special place. The peaks of Carbet There are 5 and approaching the 1,200 meters altitude. By order of decay: Piton Lacroix and Morne Pavillon (1196 m), Piton Boucher (1070 m), Morne Piquet (1160 m), Dumauzé Piton (1113 m) and Piton de l'Alma (1105 m). Peaks of Carbet derive their name from the box or rather typical wooden shelter without walls of Amerindians.

Fort de France and Peaks of Carbet
 


The road to the trail
Whether you like it or not walking, make at least once a route that connects Fort France in Morne Rouge. Totally exotic! On this mountain road, you will be at the end of the world, in the beautiful rainforest particularly wet. Going down to Fort de France, visit the Balata garden .
Hiking in Peaks of Carbet
Browse Peaks of Carbet walk you will discover a beautiful vegetation. Luxuriant below 800-900 meters, then the peaks savanna altitude will surprise you! You will also appreciate the superb views of Fort de France as on the Mount Pelee.

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