The Pinchot Sycamore, the largest tree in the state of Connecticut and second-largest sycamore on the Atlantic coast, stands in Simsbury.

It was last measured in November 1998, when it was 26 feet in circumference and 95 feet high, with a canopy that averaged 140 feet -- about half a football field. Any of five limbs spreading from the trunk would be sizeable trees themselves.
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By: mikeb9991
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