Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) — Elder Cedar

Circumference: 6.62 metres (21' 9")
Diameter at breast height: 2.11 metres (6' 11")
Elevated root system. Measurement taken at breast height from start of roots.
Fire scar on south side of tree.

GaLTT tree ID: #73
Year nominated: 2016
Nominated by Ron Bilcrist

Location: Elder Cedar Nature Reserve. At the north of the north segment of the 'loop' trail
Ownership: Islands Trust Fund
Latitude: 49.15958°
Longitude: 123.76295°

Notes:
The largest circumference coastal Douglas-fir in British Columbia (in Port Refrew) is 13.8m. The tallest (in Coquitlam) is 94.3m tall but its circumference is only 8.10m.

Access: No public trail access to this tree.