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Indian Cave State Park Trails

Falls City, NE

Indian Cave SP adjoins the Missouri river with high bluffs and rolling hills covered with timber and small meadows. The trails range from 1/2 mile to seven miles. A number of trails are interlaced so a hiker can continue for many miles without having to go from trail head to trail head.

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Fontenelle Forest National Recreation Trail
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Went to Fontenelle Forest for a short hike. I enjoyed the hike very much with one exception - the mosquitoes. They seem to love me. Next time I'll remember to bring bug repellent. The forest was great and I really enjoyed all the scenery. I look forward to more hikes out there.

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Platte River State Park Trails
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

A great area to go hiking/walking with awesome views of the river, some elevation changes, and a good potential to see some animals! Only complaint I would have is that the trails/intersections were not well marked and with the trail map designed vaguely, it was easy to get lost.

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Big Papio Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice breeze and the terrain was not rough. 2nd time on this trail. few sleepy areas but they are all manageable

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Tranquility Trail
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6 Completed 3 Reviews

Good trails. There is 5 to choose from and they are all equally fun. I prefer the challenging ones . Just don't get caught in a storm there is really no where to go other than that it is a fun ride!

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Zorinsky Park Trail
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6 Completed 3 Reviews

Nice trail. I usually ride this one a few times a week and am never bored with it.

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Platte River State Park Trails
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

This is one of my favorite trails. A lot of up hill riding but the best thing about going up is you get to come down. All nature and dirt trails. My kind of riding.

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Tranquility Trail
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

Trails are well marked with easy and difficult levels. The difficult levels are the most fun to me, I think all ages can take on any of the trails out there. Lots of wild life, lots of up and down hill and winding through the woods. trails are narrow and fun. Wear a helmet!

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Keystone Trail
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16 Completed 9 Reviews

This is one of the only serious trail options for bikers in Omaha. The length is a feature on it's own, but it passes by a few main streets which are great locations to hunt down some lunch or snacks on your ride. I've only hit the trail a few times and in all of my experiences there were a lot of people on the trail, so ride carefully. Again, due to the length, bring lots of water.

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Chalco Hills Trails
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16 Completed 9 Reviews

This is a pleasant walk. Most of the trails are paved, but there is at least one I'm aware of that is through the woods. This is certainly a popular trail but the size helps spread out the volume. Watch our for bikers if you have any dogs with you.

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Zorinsky Park Trail
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16 Completed 9 Reviews

This is a nice walk on paved trails. The real downfall to Zorinksy is the volume of people on it. There tends to be quite a few bikers speeding along the sharp turns making it somewhat unpleasant if you have a dog on a leash. If you want a little distance without getting your shoes muddy, Zorinsky is a good option.

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