Cathedral Pines is a 40-acre grove of white pine, hemlock and red pine that escaped cutting by lumberjacks in the 1900s. Located in the Chequamegon–Nicolet National Forest’s Lakewood-Laona Ranger District, this dynamic and exceptionally scenic old-growth forest is one of the few remaining stands of towering pine and hemlock in Wisconsin.
The Cathedral Pines site has a parking lot for up to four vehicles, an interpretive sign and a 0.3-mile-long gravel trail. There are no restrooms or trash facilities here, so please plan accordingly.
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