June 1, 2014

Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area, Montana

Photograph by Allen Russell

“Ross Creek is a majestic Muir Woods setting without the masses,” says Missoula resident Bradley Naranch, describing the hundred-acre grove of ancient cedars in Kootenai National Forest, Montana. The towering trees soar up to 175 feet and measure up to 12 feet in diameter.

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