Idaho is such an incredible and diverse state. The southern part and northern part are substantially different. In the lush forests of northern Idaho's panhandle is a remarkable sight to see. There is something in the midst that is worth a visit. A short and easy hike will lead you to something quite remarkable. One of Idaho's wonders, get ready to look up, way up.

The Forest Service website says, "Just 30 minutes north of the sweet little town of Elk River, Idaho, the Giant Cedar Grove Trailhead marks the start of the paved and accessible Giant Red Cedar National Recreation Trail (Trail 748). Hikers can see the "Champion Tree of Idaho," more than 18' in diameter along with many groves of old growth cedar trees."

According to Only in Your State, "Elk River (not to be confused with Elk City) is a tiny town that hovers around 100 residents and is tucked away in Idaho’s Panhandle. Here, amidst the towering pines and lush foliage that distinguishes Northern Idaho from its Southern base, you’ll find a tree that is recognized as the largest tree in North America outside the Cascades. But its size isn’t what truly makes this giant Cedar special – it’s the fact that it’s over 3,000 years old. "

Over 3,000 years old! The whole area of trees will put you in awe. Idaho is known for a lot of amazing sites and road trip worthy spots.  Check out these other places worth visiting in Idaho.

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