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"Bristlecone Pines" Great Basin National Park Things to Do Tip by Basaic

Great Basin National Park Things to Do: 24 reviews and 45 photos

  Bristlecone Pine
by Basaic

To me, one of the most interesting looking trees is the Bristlecone Pine. It looks very rugged appearing almost dead (or at least dying) while actually quite alive. The Bristlecone Pine is also one of the longest lived plants in the world. There are Bristlecone Pines at Great Basin that are almost 5000 years old.

Address: 100 Great Basin National Park, Baker, NV 89311
Phone: (775) 234-7331

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 2, 2011
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