Champion Redwoods
Title Coast Redwood Giant Redwood
Largest Juggernaut 42,158 ft3 (1,194 m3) General Sherman 56,200 ft3 (1,591 m3)
Tallest Hyperion 380.31 ft (115.92 m) Near Sherman 315.91 ft (96.29 m)
Widest Jupiter 29.20 ft (8.90 m) General Grant 29.02 ft (8.85 m)
Largest Horizontal Axis Jupiter 43.30 ft (13.20 m) Waterfall 57.00 ft (17.37 m)
Largest Ground Perimeter Jupiter 116.00 ft (35.36 m) Waterfall 140.10 ft (42.70 m)
Largest Footprint Jupiter 864 ft2 (80.3 m2) Boole 938 ft2 (87.1 m2)
Largest Crown Iluvatar 915,500 ft3 (25,924 m3) President 746,090 ft3 (21,127 m3)
Deepest Crown Zeus 300.00+ ft (91.44+ m)
Most Crown Reiterations Undisclosed [1] 700+
Highest Class Reiteration Iluvatar 6
Widest Branch El Viejo del Norte 9.19 ft (2.80 m) Arm 12.60 ft (3.84 m)
Most Leaves Iluvatar 1.1156 x 109 President 1.9373 x 109
Most Cones Undisclosed [2] 1.1070 x 106
Fastest-Growing (Mass) Atlas 1,700 lb/y (770 kg/y) Undisclosed [3] 990 lb/y (450 kg/y)
Fastest-Growing (Volume) Emerald Giant 56.9 ft3/y (1.61 m3/y) Undisclosed [3] 31.0 ft3/y (0.88 m3/y)
Oldest Undisclosed [4] 2,510 y President 3,240 y

Note: Redwood champion titles change occasionally as trees grow, suffer injury, or fall and as updated measurements and new discoveries are published. Titles shown above reflect last-disclosed measurements.

1. Undisclosed coast redwood in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park.

2. Undisclosed giant redwood in Freeman Creek Grove in Giant Sequoia National Monument.

3. Undisclosed giant redwood in Whitaker Forest in Giant Sequoia National Monument.

4. Undisclosed coast redwoood in Orion Grove in Redwood National Park.