Managing Trees On Outdoor Trails

Horse enthusiasts usually ride outdoors on trails and roads that are not used for motorized traffic. Trails often lack necessary maintenance but they are more natural than other places that are commonly used for camping or fishing activities. For the enthusiasts, there is nothing more thrilling than riding the horse though a well-designed and well maintained trail. Navigating a trail with overgrown trees that have branches falling closing to the ground can be quite unpleasant and dangerous.

Most of us were not blessed enough to own a track of land that can be ideal for trail riding that is why we have to contend with public trails that are suitable for the activity. The best solution is to obtain permission from trail authorities so that maintenance can be undertaken. When there is a group of people working together on a project, it can proceed with speed and efficiency.

It goes without saying that fallen trees can be a nuisance because the horse has to be guided around the obstruction before the horse rider can proceed with the ride. Instead of making a detour, the best option is to use to chainsaw to clear out the fallen tree. With a group of people working together, the project will take only a few minutes.

If the trail runs through a forest, it is inevitable to find overgrown trees with the branches growing outwards. When the overhead branches grow longer, they tend to sag and drop closer to the ground. Hikers certainly do not mind the overgrown branches but for trail riders, it can be particularly dangerous. The smaller branches have to be pruned with a good pair of tree loppers with the bigger ones removed through a chainsaw and proper personal protective equipment.

However, using a ladder to prune the tree can be rather dangerous for the unskilled. Tree loppers Perth can provide the service without damage to surrounding trees. All the aspects of tree pruning will be undertaken by experienced arborist to protect the natural environment. A team of arborists are willing to discuss the issue so that a practical solution can be undertaken.