Walking Nature’s Boardwalk

This past weekend, while on a camping trip in the mountains of British Columbia, we stopped at a few roadside trails in Glacier National Park of Canada. These were short boardwalk trails called Hemlock Grove, Skunk Cabbage and Giant Cedars. We entered a rainforest at Hemlock Grove; toured through a marsh environment at Skunk Cabbage; and saw many huge old-growth cedar trees at Giant Cedars. Here are some photos from our nature walks.

Hemlock Grove trail.
Hemlock Grove boardwalk trail.
Keith on the boardwalk.
Keith on the boardwalk.
Sitting on a huge log.
Sitting on a huge log.
Keith in front of a huge red cedar.
Keith in front of a huge red cedar.
Skunk Cabbage boardwalk trail.
Skunk Cabbage boardwalk trail.
This is the skunk cabbage plant, which could be found all over the marshy environment.
This is the skunk cabbage plant, which could be found all over the marshy environment.
A small stream along the trail.
A small stream along the trail.
Giant Cedars boardwalk trail.
Giant Cedars boardwalk trail.
Keith looking tiny between two huge trees.
Keith looking tiny between two huge trees.
Amazing tree roots from a fallen tree.
Amazing tree roots from a fallen tree.
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  1. wow, your pix remind me of the cedar grove in Idaho and the giant redwoods and sequoia of California. Teresa, I always love what you post. and I am happy you enjoy nature so much.

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