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A Recent news event (Pioneer Cabin Tree in California felled by storms), brought drive through trees to mind. When I looked at the pictures, I realized it is not the same tree I drove through last time I was in the Redwood Forest.

Searching found some different answers. This one by the US forest service and this one by a commercial site. Both seem to be subject to some bias, The commercial site lists more, but not sure it is exhaustive.

How many trees (singular) are there in California you can drive through, as of January 9, 2017?

closed as off-topic by Ricketyship, Ken Graham, ab2, Sue, WedaPashi May 22 '17 at 5:08

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this seems to be a sightseeing question. We've been having a debate on the same and would like to keep this on hold till we have a clear consensus. Please refer this meta question for more information. – Ricketyship May 20 '17 at 6:14
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  • Drive thru tree park
  • Klamath tour tree thru
  • Shrine Drive thru tree
  • tunnel log

Can't see many more than that!

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    This is essential what I have in the question. Can you expand on why this is the correct answer, preferably with references? – James Jenkins Jan 18 '17 at 12:28
  • You can see for yourself with google that the four I have listed are in fact drive thru trees, but I can not prove there are no other drive thru trees in CA, I can only prove that there are these trees. – dperrie Jan 19 '17 at 16:01

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