One of the big advantages of living in Sequim, WA is all of my childhood memories are located in the Olympic National Park, hubby Scott and I love to visit our most favorite places now located within two hours of our farm. Scott and I took a drive to the Hoh rain forest most of the ecological plants are rare and in fact only grow in this forest, no other place in the world. Can you see such a beautiful display of dancing colors of GOD’s nature? I hope one day you get to experience this beautiful place for yourself. As a child we would stop and visit the Gigantic Spruce Tree one of the main attractions on the way up to the park. Today we found the tree had given up its life and had fallen so sad.
Select Gigantic Spruce Tree to read the size and age calculated. Two Hundred and Seventy Feet Tall and Five Hundred Years Old. Select Olympic National Park for more details.
Select Trip Advisory to see the tree before it fell recently.
Select a photo below to start the screen show of our day in the Pacific Northwest rain forest.
2 thoughts on “Hoh Rain Forest 2015 BIG SPRUCE TREE DIES”
Oh no! We were just there a few months ago… how sad.
So sad, I have been going to see this tree since I was a child. Soon I turn 55.
You must log in to post a comment.