Largest Redwood in the State of Oregon

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Comments (5)

brideys on February 17, 2007

This is the general area where this tree is located, but for obvious reasons it's not precise.

Bob Higgs on September 15, 2007

I have doubts that that is the largest Redwood in Oregon. Doesn't look much over 8' DBH. The largest one about 20 years ago was 27' dia at the widest part. This entry needs to be verified.

PGHolbrook on March 3, 2010

Hell, There's a bigger one next to Deady Hall on the University of Oregon Campus...Really.

MaxFarrar on January 12, 2011

This is a great picture brideys. For decades when I was a kid I thought that the redwoods stopped at the Calif border because I couldn't see any from 101 when we took trips up to the lily farms around Harbor and the Prehistoric Gardens. But last year I exchanged comments with 'jeffmeyers1' and 'Michael Hatton' and found out otherwise.

Somehow I missed your picture which has been in G-E a long time. You started uploading in the early days of Panoramio.

You can see my pix in G-E of both kinds of redwoods from Seattle to Ewell, Surrey. Also pix of the southernmost naturally occurring coast redwoods a few miles north of Ragged Point in Big Sur.

MaxFarrar on August 3, 2011

I hiked the Loeb Park Redwood Nature Trail last weekend and was glad to see all the big trees, which are probably the northernmost Coast Redwoods. But it is sad to see the clear cut sections both north and south of the redwood grove.

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Photo taken in North Bank Chetco River Road, Brookings, OR 97415, USA

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  • Uploaded on February 11, 2007
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    by brideys
    • Camera: PENTAX Corporation PENTAX Optio S5i
    • Taken on 2006/08/26 17:00:52
    • Exposure: 0.250s (1/4)
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    • F/Stop: f/2.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
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