Big Tree Botanical Area Interpretive Site, WA

US Forest Service

Big Tree Botanical Area Interpretive Site

This Botanical Area and Trailhead features the 0.7 mile Big Tree Trail that highlights two 900 year old Western Larch trees with a couple of benches to take in the surrounding Western Larch and other...[more]



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From Tonasket, take State Route 20 East for 24 miles to County Road #4953 (Bonaparte Recreation Area). Take County Road # 4953 5.5 miles where it turns into Forest Service Road #32. Continue on Forest Service Road #32 three miles to the junction with Forest Service Road #33. Drive Forest Service Road #33 for 5 miles to the Botanical Area Interpretive Site parking area on your right.

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