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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-14-2020, 12:54 AM Thread Starter
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This is a story about one of my favourite trees in Lynn Headwaters Regional Park that I just finished writing. The Stoltmann Cedar, as I call it, is a 700 year old cedar that can be found just off the Cedar Trail on the west side of Lynn Creek.





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I know that trail very well. While Lynn across the creek will be a gong show, one can usually have total solitude on west side. Specially past "Big Cedar" and onto Kennedy Falls, which is probably my favorite North Shore waterfall:





Whole thing also lends itself nicely to a loop, if Lynn creek is low enough & one is prepared for ford.

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Always in awe of these fabulous trees.

Mick have you visited the Eco Reserve just beyond the far end of Chilliwack Lake ? There are some huge trees of great age there as well.

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My fav is a giant on the trail to Lynn peak (left of trail). About 20min from the lookout point
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Mick, you are on Van Island now I think? Have you been to Avatar Grove? It's just off Port Renfrew. There are some real candies for you there:












I am not so big on trees as you are, but loved it there. Check it out if you haven't already
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