West Twin Oldgrowth Area

Old growth cedar

Hugging a Grandaddy tree

Heading up the No. 16 Hwy, just outside McBride, BC we came across the West Twin Oldgrowth Area. It is a largely undeveloped park. There is virtually nothing on the internet on it, so the only way that you are going to find it is by driving by it on the road. I love serendipitous discoveries!

It is a lone patch of magnificent old growth forest in a major logging community. There are a few well maintained trails that wind through it. The big trees cut the sunshine to the forests floor so there is limited undergrowth under the trees; so you have good sight-lines through to all the big trees.

At the head of the trail is a map showing you the various trail options. We chose to do the easiest, shortest one (1.5 km) because we are trying to get up to the Yukon as soon as possible. This stopover is well worth it if you get a chance to see it.

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2 Responses to West Twin Oldgrowth Area

  1. Nancy says:

    Meredith and Michele

    Looks like an awesome adventure you are entering, I will take a look and see where abouts you are periodically, the pictures are great! Good luck and happy trails to you…thanks for keeping in touch.

    Nancy and Luke

  2. Michael Hughes says:

    Sweet with the trees-it’s amazing how puny humans really are. Keep up the good work.

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