Bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva) are some of the world’s longest living non-cloning organisms, occasionally making it to the ripe old age of 5,000 plus years! Native to higher elevations with tough climates and poor soils, bristlecones can be found in California, Nevada and Utah. This stand of younger trees thrives not far from 9,100 Rainbow Point, the highest and southernmost vista you can drive to within Bryce Canyon National Park.

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