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Sitka spruce close to Lake Quinault Resort, Lake Quinault, United States

 


Image by KoutaR

 

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KoutaR, at 2012-11-12 11:10:02, said:
Joel,

So you have been there and I advertised the park needlessly!

Kouta

KoutaR, at 2012-11-10 21:03:47, said:
Joel,

The original top has snapped a long time ago, but the tree is still almost 60 m tall. Otherwise the tree is, as far as I remember, in a good shape.

Still more than this tree, I liked neighbouring Olympic National Park. One of the greatest park I have hiked. A primeval wilderness with giant Douglas-firs, Sitka spruces and western redcedars, wild rivers and snow-capped mountains.

Kouta

Conifers, at 2012-11-10 20:58:51, said:
Plenty of pics available with a google search (it's a famous tree). From these two, it has a good dense healthy crown, though looks like it's lost its top at some stage:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lesley_sutherland/6235601680/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/pspahn/2613954984/

Joel Skok, at 2012-11-10 19:16:46, said:
Must see this marvel of creation. But tell me, what is its condition? Live top? Much decay or dead wood?
MColombari1, at 2012-11-02 10:45:21, said:
Wohw!!beautifull

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Location: Lake Quinault Resort, Grays Harbor County

Specimen: Sitka spruce
(Picea sitchensis) "7019"

Tree species: Sitka spruce
(Picea sitchensis)

Coordinates:
47.478853, -123.831333
N47 28.73118 W123 49.87998
47░ 28' 43.9" N, 123░ 49' 52.8" W

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Name of the tree: Quinault Lake Spruce

Photographer: KoutaR
Database date: 2012-03-26
Uploaded on 2012-03-27 14:08:44

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