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Roosevelt Grove of Ancient Cedars and Granite Falls

The grandeur of 800- to 2,000-year-old living cedar trees awaits you at the Roosevelt Grove of Ancient Cedars, located 13 miles north of Nordman on Forest Road 302 (an extension of State Highway 57). The trees in this virgin forest are up to 12 feet in diameter and 150 feet tall.

A short trail from the lower grove leads to the base of Lower Granite Falls. Here, Granite Creek cascades down a narrow, sheer rock wall with a thunderous roar. A one-mile loop trail from the lower cedar grove leads to vista points above the lower falls where both Lower and Upper Granite Falls may be viewed. Continue another 1/2 mile from the vista points and you will arrive at the upper cedar grove.

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Roosevelt Grove of Ancient Cedars, Pend Oreille County, WA

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