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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.

Flathead Lake, Montana by rubenzerasp

Kayak on Flathead Lake in Montana. Because of the crystal-clear water, Flathead Lake seems shallow, but in reality is 370 feet in depth.

247 feet tall  27 feet wide 3200 years old   'The President' in Sequoia National Park

126 Photos Make Up Single Image of Giant 3200-Year-Old Tree

The President, the third largest tree on earth. The President, Sequoia National Park is 3200 years old. "The President" is the second most massive tree ever measured: it's 27 feet wide at the bottom and 247 feet tall.

The Coast Redwood -also known as the Giant Redwood, California Redwood or Coastal Sequoia.

- The Coast Redwood (also known as the Giant Redwood, California Redwood or Coastal Sequoia) is the only living species in the genus Sequoia. The average lifespan of a coast redwood is 500 to 700 years.

Kings Canyon National Park CA

Giant Sequoias [wiki] (Sequoiadendron giganteum), which only grow in Sierra Nevada, California, are the worlds biggest trees (in terms of volume). The biggest is General Sherman [wiki] in the Sequoia National Park one behemoth of a tree at 275 feet m

35 Amazing Places In Our Amazing World | Amazing Online Magazine

The General Sherman is a giant sequoia tree located in the Giant Forest of Sequoia National Park, California, USA. By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on earth. Photo by Ian Shive.

Glass Beach, MacKerricher State Park, near Fort Bragg, California

Beautiful colored tumbled sea glass on Glass Beach, MacKerricher State Park, near Fort Bragg, California

The General Sherman Tree - Sequoia National Park..........the single largest living thing on the planet Earth..... by Camerons Personal Page, via Flickr

The General Sherman is a giant sequoia tree located in Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California. By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on Earth. guide photos collections tips

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