Ancient Forest / Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park

British Columbia. Provincial Park: Fraser River drainage
Enclosing Highway 16 north of Dome Creek
53°47’59” N 121°18’26” W — Map 093H14 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 2016
Official in Canada

Ancient Forest / Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park is British Columbia’s newest park and is quickly becoming one of the “must do” parks to see and hike in British Columbia.

In the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh (historically known as the Fort George Indian Band), the 11,190 hectare park protects a portion of the only inland temperate rainforest in the world. Hiking the Ancient Forest trail will bring you past thousand year old western red cedars and a rich biodiversity of plants, mosses, lichens and fungi.

The 450 metre long universal access boardwalk provides the opportunity for people with all abilities to experience this majestic area. Another 2.3 km of boardwalk provides access to magnificent “Big” Tree, Tree Beard, Radies Tree and a beautiful cascading waterfall.

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