Bulbus Cedar Photo - Biggest Trees Gallery
(ancientforestalliance.org) Bulbus Cedar “One of the most phenomenal trees on this planet! This alien like redcedar grows near the Cheewhat Cedar in Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island.”
Established in 1970, Pacific Rim National Park is a spellbinding natural wonderland
Imagine: An open forest of trees so twisted and stunted they look like broccoli, reaching up from a mass of thick, wet moss, drenched in rain that collects in pools. A forest of trees so huge, tall and ancient we all look like little children beside them. A world of vivid green moss, arching ferns, and a mass of plants so thick it's impossible to see the soil beneath it. Both images are part of the rainforest. What the rainforest looks like depends on the soil, topography, proximity to the…
The Logan Creek suspension bridge on the West Coast Trail in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/bc/pacificrim/activ/activ6a.aspx Photo by Josh McCulloch http://joshmcculloch.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Canadas-West-Coast-Trail/G00006D7srvHv..U/I0000Ut9QiHucJV0
Hiking the scenic Schooner Cove Trail through Tofino’s Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
The scenic Schooner Cove Trail winds through the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve near Tofino, British Columbia, Canada and is the perfect place for photography.