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The General Sherman is a giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) tree located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park in Tulare County of California, USA

Michael Nichols – National Geographic | Krapo arboricole

Michael Nichols – National Geographic

~ The Majestic Redwood ~ Prairie Creek Redwood State Park, California. This amazing 300 foot tall, 1500 year old redwood was shot by Nick Nichols for National Geographic. He used a 3 camera, robotic dolly on a gyroscope to create this 83 photo composite.

Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

NOTHING beats the quality of light in Cathedral Grove, everything is so rich and green and amazing. Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

The General Sherman giant redwood is the largest redwood in the world. Sequoia National Park in California.

I've stood next to this tree. General Sherman Tree, Sequoia National Park, California "It stands as the world's largest tree by volume, according to the U. Department of the Interior, measuring 275 feet off the ground and coming in at over cubic feet.

Soaring sequoia trees at Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias in Yosemite National Park - California - photo - Michael J. Slezak

Soaring sequoia trees at Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias in Yosemite National Park - California - photo - Michael J.

Wonderland Trail ~ Mt Rainier National Park, Washington

Wonderland Trail ~ Mt Rainier National Park, Washington = have a photo of this tree. One of the most beautiful hikes I have been on!

Sequoia National Park, California

Trees are incredible.- There's no better tree to start off with than General Sherman, the famed Giant Sequoia in the Sequoia National Park, that is 275 feet tall, the largest non-clonal living tree on the face of the earth. Try hugging that!

The Muir Woods - 12 miles north of San Francisco and part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. by Janny Dangerous

Redwood Forest, California I've been there, me my mom and my dad entered a hollow tree and there was room inside of that tree for 10 more people. I measured how many steps it took to get around a tree an it took 32 steps. The place is just beautiful.

Standing Among Giants

Baby Redwood tree sheltered amongst the giants, Redwood National Forest, CA

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General Sherman Tree, Sequoia National Park, California, USA Okay, I know it's not in Utah. I went to see it years ago. This tree took root about the same time Lehi left Jerusalem.

Oregon... Forest bike trail... Spring break?

Ready to Mountain Bike! Wanna go to this Forest Bike Trail (Oregon)

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