High Risk Of Hazard (HRH) Tree
This tree has a substantial lean away from the camera.
1. The pink arrow shows that there is no good trunk flare on the back side of a lean. A leaning structure must have support on the back side of the lean.
2. This tree has a hollow, which alone does not pose a HRH, however, the crack associated with the hollow (blue arrows) does pose a HRH.
3. This tree is leaning over the back yard with many targets. Remember for a tree to be an HRH it must have a target.
Climber BEWARE, this tree not safe to climb!!!!!!
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