Above the Canopy. Old growth redwood dwarfs new growth trees. Taken in California's Bear Creek Watershed. The largest continuous old growth redwood forest. Photograph by Michael Nichols for National Geographic.
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.
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 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.