Grove of the Patriarchs, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. A group of children climb the trunks of towering trees. : Stock Photo
Grove of the Patriarchs, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. A group of children climb the trunks of towering trees. : Stock Photo

Grove of the Patriarchs, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. A group of children climb the trunks of towering trees.

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The Grove of the Patriarchs is dominated by ancient Douglas-fir, western red cedar, and western hemlock, many of which are 500 to 1,000 years old.

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