Heartland Trail Closed

 

Closed For Bridge Replacement

A 1.5 mile section of the Heartland State Trail will temporarily be closed starting Friday, Sept. 18, so bridge replacement work can begin, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Contractors will replace the existing railroad trestle across the Shallow River with a new steel bridge with a concrete deck.

The closure will be in effect for the portion of the trail that runs from Hubbard County Road 18 to 219th Avenue, just west of Nevis in Hubbard County.

The state trail, a popular snowmobile route in the winter, will reopen as soon as the bridge replacement is completed – probably by the end of December. No reroutes are planned for non-motorized state trail users, due to the lateness of the season, but bikers, hikers, and inline skaters can continue to use the other 47 miles of the Heartland State Trail, which extends from Park Rapids to Cass Lake.

For a map showing the construction area and updates on the status of the trail closure, check the Heartland State Trail page at dnr.state.mn.us/state_trails/heartland/index.html

or call 651-296-6157 or toll-free 888-MINNDNR (646-6367).

 

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