Most people in Ontario live within an hour's drive of an old growth forest, but don’t know it. In this guidebook, learn about ancient dwarf cedar trees on the Niagara Escarpment, centuries-old bonsai cedars on the shore of the Canadian Shield, or old-growth pine trees in Temagami. Maps and an atlas of old-growth sites provide practical information on trails, parks, and where to see trees that are hundreds of years old.
|Ideal for||Day hiking|
|Author||Michael Henry, Peter Quinby|