Cathedral Grove, 800 Year-Old Trees on Vancouver Island

MacMillan Provincial Park & Cathedral Grove, Parksville, BC. 

Cathedral Grove is one of the last stands of giant first-growth Douglas-fir trees in British Columbia.

Mossy stump in the first-growth forest.Mossy stump in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaTall cedar tree catching the light.Tall cedar tree in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaTall fir trees in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaRoots of a fallen tree. Roots of a fallen tree in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaNurse log starting a whole new generation of trees. Nurse log in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaSwampy area. Swamp in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaFence. Fence in the first-growth forest of Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, CanadaThe Big Tree (with Al acting as scale.)Tall fir tree in the first growth forest CathedralGroveAlscale4336wInfo on ‘The Big Tree’.info sign in Cathedral Grove about the big tree

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