This Western Red Cedar is one of six world record trees in the Quinault Valley. That means this is the largest Western Red Cedar in the entire world. This tree is also the largest tree of any species in the entire state of Washington. Measured at the standard point six feet above the ground, this tree is an astounding 63.5 feet in circumference, 19.5 feet in diameter and despite a top which has been broken many times, it is 174 feet tall. Other than the big trees (Redwood and Sequoia) in California, this tree is the largest tree in the entire world.