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World Champion Western Red Cedar (Thuja Plicata)
Section 36, Township 26 North, Range 13 West, W.M. Jefferson County
19.4 feet in diameter, 178 feet tall, estimated 1000 years old.
Jefferson County WA
The majesty of the Olympic Mountains, the fairy-tale quality of the rain forests and the pristine wilderness coastline are great reasons to visit Olympic National Park. This World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve encompasses nearly one million acres and also includes glacier-carved lakes, waterfalls, over 600 miles of hiking trails, dozens of campgrounds and scenic vistas. Highlights of the Park include Hurricane Ridge, the Hoh Rain Forest and 60 miles of unspoiled coastline.
Olympic National Park Visitor Information Center
600 E. Park Ave.Port Angeles, WA 98362
United States48° 6' 6.0048" N, 123° 25' 59.6748" W
Stop along the way and visit some of the historical lighthouses on the Olympic Peninsula.
Point Wilson marks the west entrance into the Puget Sound. It is the turning point from the Strait of Juan de Fuca into Admiralty Inlet.
Olympic Peninsula WA
If you are looking for some exercise while in the Sequim area, consider taking the 5 1/2 mile (one-way) walk out to the New Dungeness Light Station! The lighthouse and Keeper's quarters are located near the end of the Dungeness Spit, which is a National Wildlife Refuge. Access to the spit is from the Dungeness County Park at the end of Voice of America Road. There is a $3 entrance fee for a group of 4 adults (children under 16 are free) to enter the Refuge.
Dungeness Spit Agnew, WA
United States48° 10' 53.13" N, 123° 6' 36.1656" W
At 5.5 miles in length, the Dungeness Spit is the world's longest naturally occurring sandspit and home to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is a sanctuary for over 250 species of birds, 41 species of land mammals and eight species of water mammals. Its trails and picnic areas offer breathtaking views of the beaches, Dungeness harbor and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Dungeness Spit and Lighthouse Sequim, WA 98382
United States48° 4' 46.3332" N, 123° 6' 6.6384" W
The museum displays the tools and history of logging, including The Logger, a 10-foot tall chainsaw-carved cedar statue surrounded by name plaques honoring past timber workers. Exhibits also highlight the history, pioneers, agriculture and Indian culture of Forks.
1411 Forks Ave. South
Forks, WA 98331
Forks Timber Museum
1411 S Forks AvenueForks, WA 98331
United States47° 56' 36.9384" N, 124° 23' 7.6956" W