Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

NOTHING beats the quality of light in Cathedral Grove, everything is so rich and green and amazing. Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Cape Scott Tree, North Vancouver Island, BC

"Cape Scott Tree" - photo by Tristan Rayner, Tree near San Joseph's Bay in Cape Scott National Park, Mt. Waddington on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada; an example of the creativity that can be found in nature

There are some pretty big trees in Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island! "Cathedral Grove | British Columbia | Our Big Tree Heritage" #explorebc

There are some pretty big trees in Cathedral Grove at MacMillan Provincial Park up past Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada, 2 hour 15 min from Victoria

Arbutus Tree, Mudge island, BC I want to lay here in this tree and read a book!

my favourite tree which is native to west coast from BC to California "Arbutus Tree - Pender Island, British Columbia" Pinned from Rica Reimer

Walking the Wildside - a trail used by the Ahousaht people for 1000's of years. Flores Island. In the heart of Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia Canada.

Walking the Wildside - a trail used by the Ahousaht people for of years. Flores Island, in the heart of Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island.

Sooke Flow Line. Built 1912, abandoned 1970-2009 in Sooke, BC, Canada. (1652x2203) [OC]

Sooke Flow Line. Built 1912, abandoned 1970-2009 in Sooke, BC, Canada. (1652x2203) [OC]


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