It was hoisted onto a trailer and expected to arrive in NY on Saturday.
The tree was discovered when Rockefeller Center's gardener Eric Jose attended a football game in State College seven years ago.
Last year's tree, a 94-foot Norway spruce from Angie and Graig Eichler in Oneonta, was the second largest ever chosen for the holiday celebration.
The main Christmas tree in NY set on Saturday in the center of the city.
"The holidays are always important to everybody, I believe".
The massive holiday tree will be adorned with more than 50,000 lights and topped with a Swarovski star before it's first lit on November 29.
The huge tree is 75 feet tall and around 50 feet wide.
"Close to a million people are going to see it on a daily basis", Perrin said.
The lighting is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 29, and the tree will remain on display until Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018. It will then be donated to Habitat for Humanity to be transformed into lumber for building homes.