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Duncan Memorial Big Cedar Tree - Olympic National Park Wa
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The world's largest Western Red Cedar tree, Duncan Cedar, is a bit off the beaten path about 8 miles from the Hoh Rain Forest - Olympic National Park on the Olympic Peninsula, WA. This ancient tree has a lot of character. It has a walking size hole. 3 people could snuggly fit inside the tree. If you were ambitious, you could even perform a through trip exiting through a small hole.
Seeing Duncan's tree for the first time is an UNREAL sight. It would still be alive today if all the other trees of similar age had not been clear-cut.
February 15th, 2011
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