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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Day 506: World's Largest Sitka Spruce Tree - Lake Quinault - Olympic National Forest

Lake Quinault

Day #506 * Hike #577 * New Track #511
Wednesday April 4, 2012
World's Largest Sitka Spruce Tree - Olympic National Forest, Washington
Lake Quinault
My Tripometer: 45 Minutes * 1 Mile * +25 Feet


 I found Bigfoot, and he has offspring!

 Driving along the 101 North of Aberdeen

 Follow signs to the Spruce Tree (you make one right turn)

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 Easy trek to the World's largest Spruce

 Hiking Map - not needed, you can't get lost

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 It stopped raining, but the trail was muddy

 The largest tree in the distance - doesn't look so big!

 okay, it's big!

I hope it doesn't fall over :)

 One for the record books...

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``` & ``` are Statues

 Cabins - No Housekeeping

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 ---- said that the water was cold, really?

 The man behind the myth with his wife - Love you Jess :)

We walked around the lake for bit to stretch this walk into a hike.  Back down the road, we will begin our next expedition at the rain forest...

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