Saw that . It's a very sketchy situation in the way that whole thing is hung up. Not sure how well it attached at the breaking point. If it is secure the DNR has a policy of just letting it be until nature takes it's course. It has already been trimmed so that a trail user can get under it . To do anymore then that will , I think , will require the DNR to do some cutting. They get paid for that kind of work.
I stopped and scoped it out yesterday on the way by, it looks very
dangerous to me. There is little weight on the ground, mostly hanging from above. If I were the DNR I would attach a rope to it, cut off the rest of the lower limbs and swing it back and forth a bit and I think it would snap. I think you should turn it in to C.D. @ PRA, this is outside of our job description.
The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast and you miss all you are traveling for.