Journeys in ancient and old growth forests
Fundy Coastal Trail 
Very old red spruce grows along the coastal trail in the Bay of Fundy. One tree has been aged by tree core at 445 years old. The forest here is wet enough to be defined as a temperate rainforest.
 
Location:
Park Name: Fundy National Park 
Size: 0 ha
Age of oldest known trees: 445 years
Forest Type: Mixed 
Conservation Status: Protected 
Land Use Designation:  
 
Dominant Species: Red Spruce
Access:
Latitude: 45.55450           Longitude: -65.00390

Google Map Link: www.google.com/maps/place/45.55450,-65.00390

Other Maps:   Directions: Park on Point Wolfe Rd, at the trailhead of the coastal trail just before the campground. Within 30 minutes of hiking on the coastal trail you'll be in old-growth forest
Routes:

Hiking Trail:
  Coastal Trail
  Length: 10.0km
  Difficulty(1=Easy, 10=Hard): 8
  Location: 45.55320, -65.01119