Nebraska Bicycle Trails

American Trails: Nebraska
Trail resources for the state of Nebraska, including biking trails, hiking trails, equestrian trails, links to government agencies and trail organizations in the state.
Cowboy Trail
Born in the 1870s as a route to Black Hills gold, this 321-mile railroad corridor created and supplied settlements across northern Nebraska. Soon after the trains stopped in 1992, Rails to Trails Conservancy purchased the right-of-way for the nation's longest recreational rail-to-trail project. See also: BikeCowboyTrail
Great Plains Trails Network
Information about trails in and around Lancaster County, Nebraska.
Reviews of Nebraska mountain bike trails.
MTBR Nebraska Trail Reviews
Nearly 50 Nebraska mountain bike trails reviewed by users of
Omaha Trails
The most comprehensive source for trail information in the city of Omaha.
Panhandle Trails
The Panhandle region of Nebraska is a beautiful and diverse area, with prairies, sandhills, river valleys, forests, canyons, buttes, small peaks, ridges, and rugged hills. There are hundreds of miles of trails and old logging roads through these scenic areas, providing excellent hiking and some of the nation's very best mountain biking opportunities.
Reviews of Nebraska mountain bike trails.
Steamboat Trace
The Steamboat Trace Hiking/Biking Trail consists of 21 miles of abandoned railroad corridor paralleling the Missouri River from approximately 6 miles south of Nebraska City to just south of Brownville, Nebraska.
A directory of multi-use trails in Nebraska.
Trails Have Our Respect (T.H.O.R.)
Develops and maintains sustainable off-road recreational trails in Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa, including Branched Oak SRA, Jewel Park, Lake Manawa State Park, Lewis And Clark Monument, Platte River State Park, Swanson Park, Tranquility Park, and Wilderness Park.

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Last Update: January 10th, 2016