Whittington's Ravine Stewardship Area
This Stewardship area below Read Island's Evening Mountain has a number of Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar veterans estimated to be up to 600 to 800 years in age. This includes the Evening Mountain Giant which has a circumference of 25.0 feet in 2019 and a height of about 230 feet (as measured by a drone, see video below). The Stewardship Area [needs map] is named after a pioneer logging family, Bill and Maud Whittington, that lived at Winch Bay. Whittington Creek flows into Winch Bay near the current headquarters and lodge of Coast Mountain Expeditions.