Biggest trees on earth

General Sherman

Located in Sequoia National Park, California, General Sherman is the largest tree by volume in the world. This giant sequoia stands at approximately 275 feet (83.8 meters) tall and has a trunk volume of about 52,500 cubic feet (1,487 cubic meters).

General Grant

Also known as the "Nation's Christmas Tree," General Grant is another giant sequoia located in Kings Canyon National Park, California. It stands at approximately 267 feet (81.4 meters) tall and has a trunk volume of about 46,608 cubic feet (1,320 cubic meters).


Another giant coast redwood located in Redwood National and State Parks, Helios is the second-tallest tree in the world, reaching a height of approximately 374.3 feet (114 meters).


Centurion, also a coast redwood, is the third-tallest tree in the world. It is located in the Arve Valley of Tasmania, Australia, and stands at approximately 327.5 feet (99.8 meters) tall.

Doerner Fir

The tallest Douglas fir in the world, the Doerner Fir is located in Coos County, Oregon. It stands at an impressive height of approximately 326 feet (99.3 meters).

Raven's Tower

Another giant sequoia located in Sequoia National Park, California, Raven's Tower stands at approximately 317 feet (96.6 meters) tall.