The Buttress Tree fell without warning on June 3, 1959. Its roots, like all sequoias, grew in a shallow, matted maze. Although sequoia roots can extend as much as 300 feet outwards, they rarely grow deeper than 12 feet. This leaves the trees vulnerable to erosion and changing soil conditions.
Located along the Moro Rock / Crescent Meadow Road.
OPEN TO PUBLIC:
Audio Description, Scenic View/Photo Spot