John Adams (tree) facts for kids
John Adams, also known as just Adams, is a giant sequoia located within the Giant Forest Grove of Sequoia National Park, California. The tree was named after John Adams, the 2nd president of the United States. The tree is the thirteenth largest giant sequoia in the world.
The trunk of Adams features a large triangular burn scar on its north face.
|Height above base||250.6 ft||76.4 m|
|Circumference at ground||83.3 ft||25.4 m|
|Estimated bole volume||38,956 cu ft||1,103 m3|
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