Coast redwoods can grow to astonishing height. A 379.3 ft. coast redwood in Redwood National Park currently holds the record for the tallest tree in the world. The tallest redwood in Muir Woods measures 249 ft. tall and was recently determined to be 777 years old.


Coast redwoods can grow to astonishing height. A 379.3 ft. coast redwood in Redwood National Park currently holds the record for the tallest tree in the world. The tallest redwood in Muir Woods measures 249 ft. tall and was recently determined to be 777 years old.



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