Vancouver Island is known as Canada’s “Paradise on the Pacific”, famous for it’s beaches, forests and artisans. Our Ancient Forest Nature Tour has a taste of it all, from Parksville Beach to “Goats on the roof” Coombs Country Market and along Cameron Lake to Cathedral Grove, MacMillan Park. Cathedral Grove is where you will see some of the largest Coastal Douglas Fir old growth trees on Vancouver Island. Old Growth Coastal Douglas Fir is one of the most endangered plant communities in Canada. Cathedral Grove is a spectacular ancient forest grove on the edge of Vancouver Islands Temperate Rainforest. Enjoy the exceptional and awesome experience of standing next to trees 250 feet tall, 9 feet in diameter which are over 800 years old. You will see culturally modified trees and learn how First Nations used and respected the forests for thousands of years.
Adventure time: 4 hours.
Minimum 2 people.
Cost: $79.00 pp. Canadian funds plus GST
Staying in Vancouver? Prices below are for pick up and return.
Departure Bay – per group $99.00
Float Plane Dock – per group $99.00
Duke Point – per group $119.00
Nanaimo Airport – per group $139.00
Comox Airport – per group $159.00
- Biggest Douglas Fir Tree
- The guardian of Cathedral Grove
- Yew tree cone
- Red Squirrel in Cathedral Grove
- American Dippers in Cameron River
- Cameron River in Cathedral Grove
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