The tallest pine tree is the Sugar Pine (Pinus lambertiana). They can grow to be 175 to 200 feet tall. They are usually around 50 feet wide. These trees can be found in California, Nevada, Oregon, and Mexico.
The tallest pine is in Oregon. It is a Ponderosa pine located south of the Rogue River and west of Grants Pass and Merlin.
As a member of the white pine group, the Sugar Pine is the tallest species of pine trees. It has the capacity to grow up to 40-60 meters (130-200 feet) tall, exceptionally up to 81 meter (265 ft) tall, and with a trunk diameter of 1.5-2.5 meters (5-8 ft), exceptionally 3.5 meters (11 ft).
The tallest tree in the eastern United States is a white pine standing 207 feet tall. It is located in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park.
The tallest known pine tree is a sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) in Yosemite National Park, California. It stands 81.7 meters tall.
The tallest pine, is presently in Oregon. An 81.69 meter Ponderosa pine south of the Rogue River.
Any comparable sugar pines have died or were girdled. The sugar pine is not presently the tallest species. But other 80+ meter specimens may exist, and are out there to find.
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