There’s No Other Historical Landmark In Utah Quite Like This 92-Year-Old Tree

Utah has many unique landmarks, both natural and man-made, and quite a few of them are instantly recognizable. Delicate Arch is well-known all over the world, as is the Great Salt Lake, and everyone knows exactly where to find the Bingham Canyon Mine, which is the largest open-mine pit in the world.

There’s a much smaller, and lesser-known historical landmark in Provo — a historic tree that sits on the grounds of the Historic Utah County Courthouse. It’s a natural landmark, but one man certainly had a hand in its creation.

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Have you seen this unique tree in person?

There’s another “tree” that’s a landmark in Utah. Check out this man-made tree that you’ll find along I-80 in between Salt Lake City and Wendover.