Red Creek Fir
Standing 74 metres (242 feet) The Red Creek Fir is Canada’s largest Douglas Fir. With a circumference of 12.55 m (41 feet) it truly is a magnificent sight to see and almost dates back 1000 years. There is a nice grove of old growth Red Cedars and other very large Spruces on your left walking towards the Red Creek Fir along the trail.
- Zero your odometer at the beach house.
- Using the map, drive the same route as if you were driving towards Lake Cowichan.
- At 16km veer right.
- At 19km stay right again.
- At 21 km you will cross a bridge – and pass the San Juan Spruce on your left. Continue on…
- At 23 km take a right hand turn.
- Continue on this road until 30km, at which time, take a right.
- At 31 km, park and you will easily find the trailhead at the end of the road.