Approximate extent of the Clear Lake Grove
THIS GROVE of about 100 old-growth Douglas-firs is in Main Lake Provincial Park. The tree below is the second largest in circumference, 25.2 feet at breast height. A drone established its height at approximately 270 feet (90 metres).
A nearby neighbour (Douglas fir) has a circumference of 26.4 feet at breast height (photo below). We are uncertain about the age of these trees, but they are almost certainly older than 500 years.
Measuring the largest tree in the Clear Lake Grove: 26.4 feet in circumference at breast height.
Species found in the grove include Western Toad, Northern Red-legged Frog and Single Delight.