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Fence On Bearsking Trail
Photo By Edward Engler

  • Title: Fence On Bearsking Trail
  • State/Province/Region: Wisconsin
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Lake Minocqua
  • Nearest Town: Minocqua
  • Brief Directions: In central Wisconsin take Highway 39 North until it chages into Highway 51. Follow 51 until the farm fields turn into forests and you are there!
  • Description: Minocqua is an island city in Northen Wisconsin. It is surrounded by lakes and forests. Like Minocqua is known for its old senic boathouses and wildlife. The Bearskin Trail is an old railroad right of way passing over lakes and through old bogs.
  • Gear: Nikon D90 w/Tamron SP 70-300mm F4-5.6 VC USD
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