The last thing you want is to find yourself in a tree climbing situation.
You need to get out of the tree and make a safe exit before it starts to get too scary.
Here’s how to climb up to a tree.
Step 1: Grab a tree branch and make sure it’s not too wide and it doesn’t extend past your shoulder.
Step 2: Stand on a tree trunk and grip it as hard as you can.
If you don’t have a tree to help you, try placing a large tree branch on your hands to help support your weight.
Step 3: Keep your hands close to the tree.
Your goal is to grab as many branches as possible, and keep your arms locked tight to the trunk.
Step 4: Stand with your feet apart and your elbows bent.
Your arms should hang over the trunk of the branch that you are climbing on.
Step 5: Keep moving your arms and elbows as your hands are reaching for the branches.
As you reach for the branch, pull it back until you’re back on your feet.
If your arms are still hanging over the tree trunk, your arms should now be slightly bent.
You can make your arms more straight by raising your elbows to the side and lowering your wrists.
Step 6: Repeat step 4 until you reach a point where you can reach the branch without bending your arms.
Step 7: Grab the branch as far as you are able and keep climbing until you get to a point when you’re at a height that you can’t reach the tree anymore.
Step 8: Your body will begin to sag as you climb.
It will be difficult to keep your legs straight in order to keep going.
Step 9: Keep going until you feel comfortable enough to pull off the branch and stop.
Step 10: Repeat this process until you are ready to stop.
You will be in a crouched position for a while and will have to lower your hands off the tree as you hold onto the branch.
Step 11: Keep climbing until your arms have fully rested on the branch once again.
You should be able to pull your arms free from the branch with your fingers.
If your arms feel numb, your limbs are in good shape.
Step 12: Take a moment to breathe and relax.
It is okay to let go of the branches that you have just grabbed.
Step 13: After the branches have stopped moving, you can take a break.
Take a deep breath and slowly push yourself to your feet and climb the next tree branch.