The Puzzle Corner Tree, originally named the Leaning Tree, was a large sequoia before it succumbed to gravity and fell in 1943. With an approximately 22-foot base diameter during the early tourism years of the Giant Forest, this was a large standing attraction, but it had a distinct tilt. Its large, straight bole at about 180 feet high retained nearly 9 feet of diameter and stood right off the road circling Round Meadow. Its location made it a popular attraction for many visitors. Given its dimensions it would have been approximately 22,700 cubic feet in volume before it fell. When that happened, the park supervisor said it merely became a different type of display for the many Giant Forest tourists.