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Spectacular video released of three climbers scaling one of the largest and most famous trees in Canada

Big Lonely Doug was nicknamed and first recognized as the 2nd largest Douglas-fir in Canada in 2014 by the Ancient Forest Alliance, who posted this spectacular drone footage Thursday

CHEK News - Monica Martinez, August 11, 2016

Spectacular video released of three climbers scaling one of the largest and most famous trees in Canada
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Photo by: TJ Watt

The video shows three arborists from the Arboreal Collective climbing the massive tree which is 66 metres or 216 feet tall and 3.8 metres, 12.4 feet in diametre. It was once part of the Eden Grove which was clear cut by Teal-Jones in 2012.

The Ancient Forest Alliance has released this and other videos in an effort to protect the rest of the Eden Grove from future logging.

See video news clip and read more at: http://www.cheknews.ca/spectacular-video-released-three-climbers-scaling-one-largest-famous-trees-canada-206533/


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