|Height:||275.00+ ft||(83.82+ m)||Elevation:||300 ft (91 m)||GPS Latitude:||41.39826|
|Volume:||35,000 ft3||(991 m3)||Creek:||Prairie Creek||GPS Longitude:||-124.02663|
|Width:||20.80 ft||(6.34 m)||Grove:||Drury Grove||Discovery Date:||1990|
|Age:||Park:||Prairie Creek Redwoods SP||Discovered By:||Michael W. Taylor|
Notes: Newton B. Drury, also known as Drury Tree and Drury Giant, is the world's 27th largest tree, the 4th largest single-stem coast redwood, the 2nd largest tree in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, and the largest tree in Newton B. Drury and Aubrey Drury Redwood Memorial Grove. Naturalist Michael W. Taylor named the tree to honor Newton B. Drury, former director of the National Park Service and Save the Redwoods League, for whom the surrounding grove was dedicated in 1979.
The trunk of Newton B. Drury is extremely large: 18 ft (5.5 m) wide 20 ft (6 m) above ground and still 16 ft (4.9 m) wide 100 ft (30 m) above ground. Numerous bark indentions seen on the uphill/north side of the tree represent scars from old logging undercuts.
Drive: Newton B. Drury Tree is 264 mi (425 km) north of San Francisco near the community of Orick.
From U.S. Highway 101 just north of Orick, take exit 753 Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway. Drive north 3.8 mi (6.1 km) on Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway to Newton Bishop Drury and Aubrey Drury Memorial Grove on the left/west side of the road.
Hike: From the Newton Bishop Drury and Aubrey Drury Memorial Grove sign, hike southwest 300 ft (91 m) on an unnamed trail to Newton B. Drury Tree.
|Rating:||Easy||One-Way Distance:||300 ft||(91 m)||Ascent:||0 ft||(0 m)|
|Time:||2 min||Off-Trail:||0 ft||(0 m)||Descent:||55 ft||(17 m)|
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Photos: Pictures of Newton B. Drury Tree taken from different sides