DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove

Missoula, Montana 59804

DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove

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"The DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove was named for Bernard DeVoto, a conservationist and historian. The two short trails loop through a beautiful western red cedar grove where DeVoto edited the Lewis and Clark journals. These massive red cedars are the largest trees in the state of Idaho and can live up to 3,000 years. On the east side of the road is the Trail of Discovery. The wheelchair-accessible interpretive trail loops past Crooked Fork Creek, a tributary of the Lochsa River"

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Hiking the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness (Falcon Guides)
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"Named in honor of the late author and historian Bernard DeVoto, who once edited his Lewis and Clark journals at this very site, the DeVoto Memorial Trail consists of two short loops through old-growth western red cedar and grand fir habitat along the Crooked Fork of the Lochsa River."

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30 minutes
U.S.G.S. Rocky Point / U.S.F.S. Selway Bitterroot Wilderness
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