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Best Trails of Nebraska

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running,

 

#1. Eugene T. Mahoney State Park
Located just north of Interstate 80, between Omaha and Lincoln. Mahoney State Park, open year-round, is Nebraska's most modern state park, offering three to four miles of single-track hiking trails si...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Ashland, NE - Mountain Biking - 4 miles


#2. Platte River State Park
Located about 20 miles southwest of Omaha and 3 miles west of Louisville in Cass County. Platte River State Park consists largely of a series of forested bluffs facing out over the broad expanse of th...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Louisville, NE - Mountain Biking - 8 miles


#3. Lewis & Clark Trail: Weston, Missouri to Falls City, Nebraska
This eTrail covers one complete segment of the Lewis and Clark Trail written for road bikers. It contains an overview of the segment with all the major attractions along the route including parks, his...
From the guidebook "Bicycling the Lewis & Clark Trail"
Hiking Trails
Atchison, KS - Road Biking - 75 miles


#4. Lewis & Clark Trail: Nebraska and Iowa
This eTrail was written for travelers along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Inside you'll find a map and detailed directions to all the sites and attractions related to the Lewis & Clark expedition in thi...
From the guidebook "Traveling the Lewis and Clark Trail"
Hiking Trails
Omaha, NE - General Travel


#5. Fort Robinson State Park
Fort Robinson is 3 miles west of Crawford in Sioux and Dawes Counties. An 18-mile trail network has been designated for mountain bike use in the Smiley Canyon-Soldier Creek area of Fort Robinson Park....
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Crawford, NE - Mountain Biking - 12 miles


#6. Lewis & Clark Trail: Council Bluffs to Onawa, Iowa
This eTrail covers one complete segment of the Lewis and Clark Trail written for road bikers. It contains an overview of the segment with all the major attractions along the route including parks, his...
From the guidebook "Bicycling the Lewis & Clark Trail"
Hiking Trails
Council Bluffs, IA - Road Biking - 67 miles


#7. MoPac East Recreation Trail
The trail corridor runs form the eastern outskirts of Lincoln in Lancaster County to a point east of Wabash in Cass County. Running easy from Lincoln into the rural countryside is Nebraska's major rai...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Lincoln, NE - Mountain Biking - 18 miles


#8. Indian Cave State Park
Located on the bluffs of the Missouri River, 15 miles southeast of Brownville between Nemaha and Richardson Counties. This is perhaps the premier mountain biking destination in eastern Nebraska, featu...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Brownville, NE - Mountain Biking - 15 miles


#9. Panorama Point - Nebraska Highpoint
Highpoint rank by height: 20th. Stop in at the Tourist Information Center at the I-80 Rest Area just south of Exit 401 in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming for area maps and information. Don't forget to ask for a ...
From the guidebook "Highpoint Adventures: The Complete Guide to the 50 State Highpoints"
Hiking Trails
Kimball, NE - Scenic Drives


#10. Wilderness Park
Located adjacent to the city of Lincoln. This wooded corridor along Salt Creek contains at least ten miles of single-track trails on either side of some old stream channels that wind through thick woo...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! The Great Plains States"
Hiking Trails
Lincoln, NE - Mountain Biking - 10 miles



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