Black Mountain Nature Reserve
Black Mountain, Australia
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Black Mountain Grove is a large sequoia grove containing more than 500 large trees, on the slopes of Black Mountain located between the Middle and South Forks of Tule River. It lies partly in the Tule River Indian Reservation.
The grove is partly on Giant Sequoia National Monument, Tule River Indian Reservation and in private ownership and contains old and young growth sequoias. The main access to this grove is by road or hiking across country. The grove is estimated at about 3,310 acres (13.4 km2) with sequoias sprawling across the divide forming the Middle and South Forks of the Tule River.
Black Mountain Beauty is the largest known sequoia in the grove at 32,224 cubic feet (912.5 m3) in volume and followed in size by Patriarch II and Blasted Mammoth. Blasted Mammoth may have once been the largest tree in the grove: it is broken off about 90 feet (27 m) above the ground and is still alive. Snaggle-Top has a distinctive shape. The Twisted Harlequin has pink and red bark twisting up most of its height, and the Flower Pot Tree has a Pacific dogwood growing out of its top.
Coordinates: 36°06′16″N 118°39′19″W / 36.10444°N 118.65528°W / 36.10444; -118.65528
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