Often overlooked because of its location next door to more famous Multnomah Falls, Oneonta Gorge is a U.S. Forest Service-designated area due to the unique aquatic plants that grow there. The hike to the gorge is an easy 2.7-mile loop with just 400 feet of elevation gain. Where is this park?
One of the oldest living trees on earth, just shy of 5,000 years old, is nicknamed "Methuselah" (after Methuselah, the longest-lived person in the Bible). Good luck finding it as its precise location is undisclosed by the U.S. Forest Service to protect it from vandalism.
Smokey Bear's Official State Trees - "Please be careful with our stately treasures." This poster is an illustrated compilation of all 50 official U.S. state trees. Brought to you by your State Forester and the United States Forest Service.