List of largest giant sequoias

List of largest giant sequoias

Rank Title Location[16] Coordinates Top[16] Circumference[16] Diameter[citation needed] Bole
Quantity[16] Feedback Ref 1 Common Sherman Big Forest Grove 36°34′51″N 118°45′03″W / 36.58083°N 118.75083°W / 36.58083; -118.75083 83.8 m (274.9 ft) 31.3 m (102.6 ft) 10.0 m (32.7 ft) 1,486.9 m3 (52,508 cu ft) Named after William Tecumseh Sherman. [17][15][18] 2[note 1] Common Grant Common Grant Grove 36°44′53″N 118°58′15″W / 36.74806°N 118.97083°W / 36.74806; -118.97083 81.7 m (268.1 ft) 32.8 m (107.5 ft) 10.4 m (34.2 ft) 1,319.8 m3 (46,608 cu ft)[note 1] Named after Ulysses S. Grant; designated because the “Nation’s Christmas Tree” since 1926. [19][20] 3[note 1] President Big Forest Grove 36°34′24″N 118°45′00″W / 36.57341°N 118.75010°W / 36.57341; -118.75010 73.4 m (240.9 ft) 28.3 m (93.0 ft) 9.0 m (29.6 ft) 1,278.4 m3 (45,148 cu ft)[note 1] Named after U.S. President Warren G. Harding. [23] 4 Lincoln Big Forest Grove 36°34′19″N 118°45′22″W / 36.57187°N 118.75604°W / 36.57187; -118.75604 78.0 m (255.8 ft) 30.0 m (98.3 ft) 9.5 m (31.3 ft) 1,259.3 m3 (44,471 cu ft) Named after Abraham Lincoln. [24] 5 Stagg Alder Creek Grove 36°11′29″N 118°37′08″W / 36.19131°N 118.61878°W / 36.19131; -118.61878 74.1 m (243.0 ft) 33.2 m (109.0 ft) 10.6 m (34.7 ft) 1,205.1 m3 (42,557 cu ft) Named after Amos Alonzo Stagg. [25] 6 Boole Converse Basin Grove 36°49′26″N 118°56′57″W / 36.82389°N 118.94917°W / 36.82389; -118.94917 81.9 m (268.8 ft) 34.4 m (113.0 ft) 11 m (36 ft) 1,202.7 m3 (42,472 cu ft) Named after Franklin A. Boole. The tree has the most important footprint of any dwelling large sequoia. [24] 7 Genesis Mountain Residence Grove 36°12′54″N 118°40′10″W / 36.215119°N 118.669395°W / 36.215119; -118.669395 77.1 m (253.0 ft) 26.0 m (85.3 ft) 8.3 m (27.2 ft) 1,186.4 m3 (41,897 cu ft) Named after Genesis. [26] 8 Franklin Big Forest Grove 36°34′04″N 118°45′31″W / 36.56771°N 118.75864°W / 36.56771; -118.75864 68.2 m (223.8 ft) 28.9 m (94.8 ft) 9.2 m (30.2 ft) 1,169 m3 (41,280 cu ft) Named after Benjamin Franklin. Positioned close to Washington. [24] 9 King Arthur Garfield Grove 36°19′42″N 118°43′01″W / 36.32838°N 118.71703°W / 36.32838; -118.71703 82.4 m (270.3 ft) 31.8 m (104.2 ft) 10.1 m (33.2 ft) 1,151.2 m3 (40,656 cu ft) Named after King Arthur. [24] 10 Monroe Big Forest Grove 36°33′26″N 118°46′10″W / 36.55710°N 118.76939°W / 36.55710; -118.76939 75.5 m (247.8 ft) 27.8 m (91.3 ft) 8.9 m (29.1 ft) 1,135.6 m3 (40,104 cu ft) Named after James Monroe, positioned close to Auto Log. [24] 11 Robert E. Lee Common Grant Grove 36°44′53″N 118°58′16″W / 36.7480°N 118.9711°W / 36.7480; -118.9711 77.6 m (254.7 ft) 26.9 m (88.3 ft) 8.6 m (28.1 ft) 1,135.6 m3 (40,102 cu ft) Named after Robert E. Lee. [24] 12 Floyd Otter[citation needed] Garfield Grove 36°19′39″N 118°43′01″W / 36.32748°N 118.71696°W / 36.32748; -118.71696 83.2 m (273.1 ft) 30.3 m (99.5 ft) 7.6 m (25 ft) 1,120.3 m3 (39,562 cu ft) Named after Floyd Otter, a former supervisor of the Mountain Residence Demonstration State Forest. [24] 13 John Adams Big Forest Grove 76.4 m (250.6 ft) 25.4 m (83.3 ft) 8.1 m (26.5 ft) 1,103.1 m3 (38,956 cu ft) Named after John Adams, positioned close to Cattle Cabin. [24] 14 Ishi Big Kennedy Grove 36°45′41″N 118°48′38″W / 36.76143°N 118.81062°W / 36.76143; -118.81062 75.6 m (248.1 ft) 32.0 m (105.1 ft) 10.2 m (33.5 ft) 1,080.5 m3 (38,156 cu ft) Misplaced vital trunk quantity and over 8 m (26 ft) in top in the course of the 2015 Tough Fireplace. New quantity and top estimates wanted to find out the present dimension of the tree. [27] 15 Column Big Forest Grove 74.3 m (243.8 ft) 28.3 m (93.0 ft) 9.0 m (29.6 ft) 1,056.1 m3 (37,295 cu ft) Positioned close to Pershing. [24] 16 Summit Highway Mountain Residence Grove 36°13′41″N 118°40′16″W / 36.22813°N 118.67117°W / 36.22813; -118.67117 74.4 m (244.0 ft) 25.1 m (82.2 ft) 8.0 m (26.2 ft) 1,040 m3 (36,600 cu ft) Named after a close-by highway. [24] 17 Euclid Mountain Residence Grove 36°13′46″N 118°40′40″W / 36.22949°N 118.67776°W / 36.22949; -118.67776 83.1 m (272.7 ft) 25.4 m (83.4 ft) 8.1 m (26.5 ft) 1,022.9 m3 (36,122 cu ft) Named after Euclid. [24] 18 Washington Mariposa Grove 37°30′54″N 119°35′53″W / 37.51507°N 119.59806°W / 37.51507; -119.59806 71.9 m (236.0 ft) 29.2 m (95.7 ft) 9.3 m (30.5 ft) 1,016.6 m3 (35,901 cu ft) The biggest large sequoia north of Boole. Named after George Washington. To not be confused with the Washington tree of Big Forest Grove. [24] 19 Pershing Big Forest Grove 36°34′43″N 118°45′12″W / 36.57869°N 118.75347°W / 36.57869; -118.75347 75.0 m (246.0 ft) 27.8 m (91.2 ft) 8.8 m (29 ft) 1,015.3 m3 (35,855 cu ft) Named after John J. Pershing. [24] 20 Diamond Atwell Mill Grove 36°27′48″N 118°41′51″W / 36.46343°N 118.69740°W / 36.46343; -118.69740 87.2 m (286.0 ft) 29.0 m (95.3 ft) 9.2 m (30.3 ft) 999.4 m3 (35,292 cu ft) Named for a big diamond-shaped scar current on the southeastern facet of the trunk. [24] 21 Adam Mountain Residence Grove 36°14′36″N 118°40′22″W / 36.243404°N 118.672651°W / 36.243404; -118.672651 75.4 m (247.4 ft) 28.7 m (94.2 ft) 9.1 m (30 ft) 991.6 m3 (35,017 cu ft) Named after Adam. [28] 22 Roosevelt Redwood Mountain Grove 36°41′38″N 118°55′08″W / 36.69389°N 118.91889°W / 36.69389; -118.91889 79.2 m (260.0 ft) 24.4 m (80.0 ft) 7.8 m (25.5 ft) 991.5 m3 (35,013 cu ft) Named after Theodore Roosevelt. [24] 23 Nelder Nelder Grove 37°26′29″N 119°35′47″W / 37.44127°N 119.59644°W / 37.44127; -119.59644 81.1 m (266.2 ft) 27.4 m (90.0 ft) 8.7 m (28.6 ft) 990.9 m3 (34,993 cu ft) Named after John A. Nelder. [24] 24 Above Diamond (AD) Atwell Mill Grove 36°27′53″N 118°41′36″W / 36.46477°N 118.69341°W / 36.46477; -118.69341 73.9 m (242.4 ft) 30.2 m (99.0 ft) 9.6 m (31.5 ft) 982.8 m3 (34,706 cu ft) Located simply above Diamond, therefore the identify “AD”. [24] 25 Hart Redwood Mountain Grove 84.7 m (277.9 ft) 23.0 m (75.3 ft) 7.3 m (24 ft) 974.3 m3 (34,407 cu ft) Named after Michael Hart, who found it. [29][24] 26 Grizzly Big Mariposa Grove 37°30′12.65″N 119°36′2.39″W / 37.5035139°N 119.6006639°W / 37.5035139; -119.6006639 63.7 m (209.0 ft) 28.2 m (92.5 ft) 9.0 m (29.4 ft) 962.9 m3 (34,005 cu ft) Initially named the “Grizzled Big” by Galen Clark. [24] 27 Chief Sequoyah Big Forest Grove 36°34′26″N 118°45′00″W / 36.57379°N 118.75°W / 36.57379; -118.75 69.6 m (228.2 ft) 27.6 m (90.4 ft) 8.8 m (28.8 ft) 951.7 m3 (33,608 cu ft) Named after Sequoyah. [24] 28 Methuselah Mountain Residence Grove 36°14′25″N 118°40′49″W / 36.240254°N 118.680249°W / 36.240254; -118.680249 63.3 m (207.8 ft) 29.2 m (95.8 ft) 9.3 m (30.5 ft) 931.5 m3 (32,897 cu ft) Named after Methuselah. [24] 29 Nice Goshawk Freeman Creek Grove 77.8 m (255.2 ft) 27.5 m (90.2 ft) 8.7 m (28.7 ft) 928.3 m3 (32,783 cu ft) The biggest large sequoia south of Stagg. Named after the Northern goshawk, a hawk native to the Sierra Nevada. [24] 30 Hamilton Big Forest Grove 36°32′58″N 118°45′55″W / 36.54954°N 118.76517°W / 36.54954; -118.76517 72.7 m (238.5 ft) 25.2 m (82.6 ft) 8.0 m (26.3 ft) 928.3 m3 (32,783 cu ft) Named after Alexander Hamilton. [24] 31 Dean Atwell Mill Grove 36°28′12″N 118°40′58″W / 36.46995°N 118.68276°W / 36.46995; -118.68276 71.9 m (235.9 ft) 29.4 m (96.4 ft) 9.4 m (30.7 ft) 915.6 m3 (32,333 cu ft) Named after a carving of the identify “Dean” that was discovered on a charred space of the trunk by Wendell D. Flint in 1950. [citation needed] 32 Black Mountain Magnificence Black Mountain Grove 36°06′58″N 118°40′31″W / 36.11623°N 118.67518°W / 36.11623; -118.67518 80.2 m (263.0 ft) 23.2 m (76.0 ft) 7.4 m (24.2 ft) 912.5 m3 (32,224 cu ft) Often known as “Black Mountain Shaft”. The tree misplaced vital quantity after it burned in the course of the 2017 Pier Fireplace. New quantity estimate wanted to find out the present quantity of the tree. [27] 33 Packsaddle Big Packsaddle Grove 66.8 m (219.0 ft) 32.4 m (106.4 ft) 10.3 m (33.9 ft) 910.6 m3 (32,156 cu ft) Named for being the most important tree of Packsaddle Grove. [citation needed] 34 Allen Russell Mountain Residence Grove 36°13′24″N 118°40′35″W / 36.22342°N 118.67643°W / 36.22342; -118.67643 77.4 m (254.1 ft) 24.4 m (80.2 ft) 7.8 m (25.5 ft) 896 m3 (31,650 cu ft) Named after Allen I. Russell, who from 1962 to 1990 was ranger of Balch Park. [citation needed] 35 Cleveland Big Forest Grove 36°33′29″N 118°44′49″W / 36.55809°N 118.74690°W / 36.55809; -118.74690 76.5 m (251.0 ft) 24.4 m (80.2 ft) 7.8 m (25.5 ft) 887.3 m3 (31,336 cu ft) Named after Grover Cleveland. [citation needed] 36 Dalton Muir Grove 36°37′54″N 118°50′12″W / 36.63162°N 118.83670°W / 36.63162; -118.83670 83.7 m (274.5 ft) 23.2 m (76.1 ft) 7.4 m (24.2 ft) 879.7 m3 (31,065 cu ft) [citation needed] 37 Louis Agassiz Calaveras Massive Timber State Park 38°14′54″N 120°14′30″W / 38.24838°N 120.24172°W / 38.24838; -120.24172 79.9 m (262.0 ft) 29.9 m (98.0 ft) 9.5 m (31.2 ft) 866 m3 (30,580 cu ft) Named after Louis Agassiz. [citation needed] 38 Close to Ed by Ned Big Forest Grove 36°34′00″N 118°46′10″W / 36.56677°N 118.76947°W / 36.56677; -118.76947 76.5 m (251.0 ft) 24.2 m (79.5 ft) 7.7 m (25.3 ft) 858.9 m3 (30,333 cu ft) Positioned close to ‘Ed by Ned’. [citation needed] 39 Evans Evans Grove 70.8 m (232.4 ft) 23.6 m (77.5 ft) 7.5 m (24.7 ft) 856.1 m3 (30,232 cu ft) [citation needed] 40 Three Fingered Jack Mountain Residence Grove 36°13′21″N 118°40′56″W / 36.22257°N 118.68233°W / 36.22257; -118.68233 73.2 m (240.0 ft) 25.1 m (82.5 ft) 8.0 m (26.3 ft) 852.8 m3 (30,118 cu ft) Pinnacle of the tree resembles the fingers of a human hand. [citation needed] 41 Patriarch McIntyre Grove 53.8 m (176.5 ft) 22.1 m (72.6 ft) 7.0 m (23.1 ft) 850 m3 (30,020 cu ft) [citation needed] 42 Pink Chief Lengthy Meadow Grove 35°58′43″N 118°35′43″W / 35.978496°N 118.595257°W / 35.978496; -118.595257 74.7 m (245.0 ft) 24.6 m (80.6 ft) 7.8 m (25.7 ft) 813.3 m3 (28,723 cu ft) The tree is positioned on the middle of Lengthy Meadow and options three horn-like branches that protrude from its crown. [citation needed] 43 Sentinel Big Forest Grove 36°33′53″N 118°46′23″W / 36.56486°N 118.77306°W / 36.56486; -118.77306 78.5 m (257.6 ft) 24.1 m (79.0 ft) 7.7 m (25.1 ft) 790 m3 (27,900 cu ft) Positioned in entrance of the Big Forest Museum. [citation needed] 44 Bull Buck Nelder Grove 37°25′50″N 119°34′45″W / 37.43057°N 119.57905°W / 37.43057; -119.57905 75.0 m (246.1 ft) 30.2 m (99.1 ft) 9.6 m (31.5 ft) 775.4 m3 (27,383 cu ft) Title origin disputed, although the identify itself means the “boss of the woods”. [citation needed] 45 Close to Gutless McIntyre Grove 76.8 m (252.1 ft) 23.0 m (75.6 ft) 7.3 m (24.1 ft) 757.1 m3 (26,737 cu ft) [citation needed] 46 Gutless Goliath McIntyre Grove 83.9 m (275.1 ft) 20.7 m (68.0 ft) 6.6 m (21.6 ft) 752.2 m3 (26,564 cu ft) [citation needed] 47 Candelabra Packsaddle Grove 62.6 m (205.5 ft) 745.9 m3 (26,341 cu ft) [citation needed] 48 Bannister Freeman Creek Grove 59.4 m (195.0 ft) 31.5 m (103.5 ft) 10.0 m (32.9 ft) 740 m3 (26,100 cu ft) [citation needed] 49 Ghost Packsaddle Grove 55.0 m (180.6 ft) 29.0 m (95.0 ft) 9.2 m (30.2 ft) 709.3 m3 (25,047 cu ft) [citation needed]
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