Into the Fog: Gigantic 230ft Douglas Fir


The trees featured in this FPV video aren’t your average Douglas Firs. Shot by FPV pilot mactacfpv, he’s featuring “Big Lonely Doug” and the surrounding mountains and trees, covered in fog and snow. Located in Port Renfrew, a community on the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada,  Big Lonely Doug is estimated to be between 750 and 1,200 years old. It soars to 230 feet high and has a trunk as big as a living room. An astonishing 99% of the old-growth Douglas firs in the area have been cut down.

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