Flagstaff offers great views of the island and walks you through the Boer Prisoner War Camp and Deadwood Plain, a well-known home to the national bird, the endemic Wirebird.
St Helena Nature Conservation Group details:
|Time Taken||45 minutes up, 30 minutes back|
|Elevation||530m up to 700m|
Deadwood Plain was one of the first parts of the Great Wood to be cut down, supposedly getting its name from the resulting number of dead tree stumps.
Safety – This walk has no steep climbs, however the path can become muddy and slippery near the summit underneath the acacia trees. There is also a sheer drop down to the sea on the coastal side of the Post Box.
|Return to Post Box Walks||Diana’s Peak Post Box Walk|
|Great Stone Top Post Box Walk|