Morne Diablotin National Park
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This is Dominica's newest national park. The land is so rugged that it was favored by runaways slaves called Maroons.
Six Maroon camps?Pharcel, Clemence, Cicero , Quashie, Juba and Robin, all named after their leaders?were located within the park.
However, the exact locations of the camps still are unknown.
The first recorded ascent of 4,747-foot Morne Diablotin was made by Scots physician Dr. John Imray in 1867. There is a section of the mountain known today as Imray's view. Two Princes, George Albert and George, climbed the peak in 1880.
Hikes of Morne Diablotin National Park