Discover the 10 Longest Oak Trees in the World

The Angel Oak

Angel Oak Park, Johns Island, South Carolina. This southern live oak is estimated to be over 400 years old, stands 65 feet tall, and has a circumference of 28 feet.

The Senator

The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois. This bur oak is estimated to be over 500 years old, stands 92 feet tall, and has a circumference of 42 feet.

The Grizzly Giant

Sequoia National Park, California. This giant sequoia is estimated to be over 2,000 years old, stands 209 feet tall, and has a circumference of 32 feet.

The General    Sherman

Sequoia National Park, California. It is estimated to be over 2,300 years old, stands 275 feet tall, and has a circumference of 36 feet.

The Bowthorpe Oak

Place- Bourne, Lincolnshire, England. This English oak is estimated to be over 1,000 years old, stood 100 feet tall, and had a circumference of 33 feet. It was blown down in a storm in 2002.

The Major Oak

This English oak is estimated to be over 800-1,000 years old, stands 65 feet tall, and has a circumference of 10 meters (33 feet).

The Patriarch Oak

This jequitibá-rosa is estimated to be over 3,000 years old, stands 130 feet tall, and has a circumference of 60 feet. It is the oldest non-conifer tree in Brazil.

The Ivenack Oak

This English oak is estimated to be over 800 years old, stands 100 feet tall, and has a circumference of 30 feet. It is one of the largest trees in Europe.

The Waimea Canyon Tree

This koa tree is estimated to be over 1,000 years old, stands 100 feet tall, and has a circumference of 30 feet. It is the largest tree on the island of Kauai.

The Methuselah            Tree

This bristlecone pine is estimated to be over 4,800 years old, making it the oldest known living tree on Earth. It is too fragile to be seen by the public. Place- White Mountains, California.