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The view from the top of Gros Piton, which rises 771 meters from the Caribbean sea. The conical peak is Petit Piton, which tops out at 743 meters. Together, both of the Pitons have been named a world heritage site. The rest of the area in the view is the lush mountainous rainforest that makes up St Lucia's Caribbean coast. The highest mountain on the island is the four peaked Mt Gimie, which reaches a height of 950 meters.

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