Travel and discover the most iconic and tallest trees of the world

Trees are a constant source of wonder especially for those who love to explore forests and woods. Some enviable traits are evitable even if the trees are stuck in the ground. Among all of its traits, the height is the one trait that inspires the most fantasy. If you are a travel freak and looking to discover the astonishingly captivating tallest and iconic trees around the world. We’ve got a list of some of the best ones that you shouldn’t miss to explore.


Raven’s tower:

One of the tallest trees called “Raven’s tower” belongs to the species Sitka spruce and is located in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park in California. However, the exact location is still unknown. The redwood forest is occupied with many other giant trees such as Corkscrew redwood, Cathedral Trees and the Big tree. The growth of these trees in addition to raven’s tower is majorly facilitated by the very frequent fogs.


White knight:

There are groups of white knights consisting of super tall manna gums (Eucalyptus viminalis) that are present in Ever Creech Forest Reserve in Tasmania, Australia for around 300 years. If you want to visit this giant white knight or its grove of other massive trees, you can travel to Mathinna near Avoca that exists in the east of Launceston.

King stringy:

The name says it all. The Stringybark tree raises above all of its neighbors like a king rules its kingdom. The king stringy is known for its stringy and flaky barks that peel easily and is considered one of the toughest trees with a height of 282 feet.


It is found in the redwood national park in California near the Sequoia sempervirens.  It is the tallest tree in California, it was discovered in 2006. There were two naturalists named Chris Atkins and Michael Taylor. It is one of its kind trees that you can’t find in any other part of the world. It is measured to be the 115.55 m taller. Hyperion is the world’s tallest tree and other trees. If you are in California or planning to visit California, then you must have to see this wonderful beauty.

General Sherman:

General Sherman is named on the name of the famous commander in the civil war. It is found in the Sequoia national park. It is around 2500 years old, General Sherman means ancient. It is not tall than other trees in the world but it are the widest tree. It is about 83.3m tall and has a diameter of 7.7m which is record-breaking width. If you sum up all its measurements, you say that it is the largest tree in the world.

Pseudotsuga menziesii:

It found in the Betws y Coed village, it is a popular village in Snowdonia National park. It famous for the tourist and most people come to this place only to see this tree. it is the tallest tree in the whole UK, its height is about 67.5m. if you live in the UK, then you must visit this village to see this tree, people travel from different states just to see this tree.

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