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Apr 05, See the General Sherman Tree in Snow. In winter, park at the winter Sherman Tree parking area on the Generals Highway just 2 miles north of Giant Forest Museum. From there, it is a short, easy walk to the tree. Enjoy an up-close experience walking around the big trees.

Snow and ice can make the trail slippery; wear sturdy shoes and hike carefully. National Park Service/Rick Cain. The General Sherman Tree is the world's largest tree, measured by volume. It stands feet (83 m) tall, and is over 36 feet (11 m) in diameter at the base. Sequoia trunks remain wide high up. Sixty feet above the base, the Sherman Tree is feet ( m) in diameter.

The General Sherman Tree is ' ( meters) tall, and ' ( meters) in circumference at its base. Other trees in the world are taller or have a greater circumference, but the General Sherman Tree wins by volume of wood, (52, cubic feet or cubic meters).

There are many ways to get to the General Sherman Tree. May 04, Our March visit to Sequoia National Park continued with a visit to the General Sherman tree in the Giant Forest. At feet high and feet in circumference at the base, is neither the tallest nor the widest sequoia tree.

However, the combination makes it the most massive tree in the world by trunk volume at over 52, cubic shrubchopping.pwted Reading Time: 1 min. Jan 10, There is no doubt that the tree was one of the most famous in the world; many other fine, rate trees still survive. The ‘General Sherman’ tree in California (pictured on the right) is still standing, for example. It is believed to be the largest in the world by volume, at ft high and ft in circumference around the shrubchopping.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Jul 02, General Sherman’s largest branches are wider in diameter than most regular tree trunks. The largest of these branches fell down in a winter storm inand it was recorded as being over 7.

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