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Hart Tree is one of the 20 largest sequoias (and the reason the Hart Tree Trail is named). Make sure to note the charing as an indication of how well these trees stand up to wildfires.

All-Day Hike: Take the Hart Tree Trail from the Redwood Saddle Trailhead.

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Stephen Le Duc

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