Checking out Cathedral Grove’s Giant Trees in MacMillan Provincial Park, BC

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Nature break for you as Anne and I visit a remarkable Vancouver Island natural attraction located along Highway 4 between Parksville and Port Alberni. Cathedral Grove in MacMillan Provincial Park is known for massive super tall Douglas Fir and Western Redcedar trees as high as 76 meters, 9 meters round, and as old as 800 years!

Ray stands on front of a huge Douglas Fir Tree over 800 years old

In this video, I show some views enjoyed while hiking around the grove on both sides of the highway. It was a coolish mid-May day with on-and-off sun and showers. But no matter the weather the scene never fails to amaze and put life into perspective.

Word of advice though. Don’t plan on stopping with a large RV, space is limited, highway traffic constant and the place is almost always loaded with tourists stopping to enjoy this special scenery.

Views from Cathedral Grove Trails, Vancouver Island BC

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