This Trail In North Vancouver Lets You Walk Right Through A Hollow Cedar Tree

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hollow cedar tree

You can walk amongst the stunning trees of lush forests across BC; however, it’s not everyday you come across a hollow cedar tree that you can walk right through (literally).

Visit the North Shore to find this hidden gem – you won’t be disappointed. Situated in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, this trail has a very unique twist. The Circuit 8 bike trail routes right through the centre of an ancient cedar tree.

To find it, just head to the northwestern loop of the trail. If you’re walking around the area, be aware of your surroundings as this is primarily a trail for mountain bikers.

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For more BC adventures, check out the world’s tallest timber trestle bridge or the majestic Malaspina Galleries.

Hollow Cedar Tree Trail

Where: Northwestern loop of the Circuit 8 bike trail,  Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, North Vancouver

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