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Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail Project
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail Project (PHNST) is a designated National Recreation Trail, which will connect the Northern Neck peninsula in Virginia to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Fifteen miles of the trail corridor was dedicated in 2006 as a linear park in Loudoun County, from Seneca Rocks on the Fairfax County line to Keep Loudoun Beautiful Park on Goose Creek.

The trail also encompasses portions of Algonkian Regional Park, Bles Park, Elizabeth Mills Riverfront Park and Kephart Bridge Landing. The trail is a natural footpath that follows the southern bank of the Potomac River and is not handicapped accessible.


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