Trail opens acres of park land to view

New vistas are open to view at  Black Elk Neihardt Park in Blair thanks to volunteers who have carved out a new mountain bike  and multi-use trail at the western edge of the park.  The trail opens up acres of park property that have been nearly inaccessible due to dense trees, grass and brush.

Published by Joe Burns

Educator and freelance photographer living and working in Washington County.

4 thoughts on “Trail opens acres of park land to view

  1. I have looked at your photos on my computer starting in July, great photos, especially the fall pictures. Remember seeing you out and about taking photos for the newspaper. Thanks for all your great photos, look forward to seeing more!

    Norma Klotz, Kennard

    On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 7:57 PM josephaburns.com wrote:

    > Joe Burns posted: “New vistas are open to view at Black Elk Neihardt Park > in Blair thanks to volunteers who have carved out a new mountain bike and > multi-use trail at the western edge of the park. The trail opens up acres > of park property that have been nearly inaccessibl” >

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