Besides the largest Sitka Spruce, there are five other "largest": Douglas Fir (302'), Western Hemlock (172'), Mountain Hemlock (152'), Yellow Cedar (129'). Our last hike was to visit #6, the largest Western Red Cedar.
When the National Park Service information tells you that a hike is "moderately difficult", believe what you read. It was quite a steep hike to Washington's 1200 year-old Western Red Cedar. Because of sitting in the middle of the forest, I could not get most of the tree, only the base. This tree has a circumference of about 64', a diameter of about 20', 174' tall and is very impressive for its age.
And now I have another stamp in my NPS Passport book.