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20.12.11

Largest Tree in Canada: Located on Vancouver Island

Being close to 2,000 years old, 56 metres high and six metres around makes this tree the largest giant Western Cedar in all of Canada. Luckily it happens to be tucked deeply within the Pacific Rim National Park where it is protected.



Vancouver Island is also home to the world's largest Douglas fir
sitting at 73.8 metres high.



Canada's tallest spruce is the Carmanah Giant - which is a startling 96 metres in height! It sits along the San Juan River in Port Renfrew.

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