Few People Know About This Ancient And Massive Cedar Tree Hidden In An Idaho Forest

Idaho is home to some incredible natural wonders. Many of these are well-known and heavily visited like the awe-inspiring Shoshone Falls. However, there are several lesser-known natural wonders in Idaho that are just as spectacular like the “Champion Tree of Idaho.” Tucked away in a beautiful grove of cedar trees, you’ll find one of the largest and most remarkable cedar trees in the state. This is a natural wonder that is sure to leave you mesmerized — see for yourself.

Have you ever been to the Champion Tree of Idaho? What was your experience like? We’d love to hear all about your journey in the comments. You can also learn more about this trail, including seasonal trail closures, on the Forest Service website.

If you are searching for another lesser-known natural wonder in Idaho, check out the Devil’s Washbowl in Malad Gorge.

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Address: Giant Cedar Grove Trailhead, Elk River, ID 83827, USA