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|Trail Name||Boole Tree|
|Distance||2.5 Miles Round Trip|
|Trip Reports||Boole Tree|
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The Boole Tree is the last of the huge giant sequoias that had grown until the 1890s in Canverse Basin. It is the largest tree on National Forest System Land and is reconized as one of the largest trees in the world. It stands 269 feet tall and has a diameter of 35 feet. A loop trail of moderate difficulty leads from the road to the tree and beyond to beautiful vistas of the Kings River.