Cathedral Pines is an old-growth, white pine and hemlock forest that is considered the largest stand identified in New England. Trees measure over 150 feet tall and 4 feet in diameter. The site exemplifies the old-growth, pine forest stage in New England forest succession.
Year designated: 1982
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