lodgepole (pine)lodge·pole pine
- a Rocky Mountain pine (Pinus contorta) used for lumber, poles, etc.
- its wood
Any of several varieties of a pine (Pinus contorta) of western North America with needles grouped in pairs, especially P. contorta var. latifolia, having light wood used in construction.
(countable and uncountable, plural lodgepole pines)
- A pine tree native to northwest America, Pinus contorta.