Best Hiking in Nebraska

This list represents the most popular hiking in Nebraska. Use this list to plan your next Nebraska hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This hike is a challenge: It begins in the muck of the Missouri River bottoms and climbs ...
Oak Creek Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Saunders County and Butler County, Nebraska. ...
Prairie View Trail is a hiking trail in Douglas County, Nebraska. It is within Prairie ...
Located in a modest state recreation area on the site of a former fish hatchery, this ...
This hike is a combination of four short trails at the Fontenelle Forest Nature Center ...
Named for a historic residential neighborhood along the north section of the trail, this ...
This trail winds through an overgrown patch of floodplain forest, past some massive oak ...
This hike can be a bit tricky: It follows several twists and turns as it runs along a ...
A sylvan break from bustling west Omaha, the Keystone Trail takes in views of ducks, which ...
A combination urban/rural trail, with long straight stretches passing through residential ...
Bellevue Nature And History Trail is a hiking trail in Bellevue, Nebraska. It is within ...
Mopac Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Lancaster County and Cass County, ...
Oldfather Trail is a hiking trail in Buffalo County, Nebraska. It is within Cottonmill ...
South Omaha Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Omaha, Nebraska. It is within Karen ...
Martin Luther King Junior Bridge is a hiking and biking trail in Omaha, Nebraska. It is ...
Bison Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is within Pioneers Park. ...
Rock Island Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is within Densmore ...
Salt Creek Level Trail (orig) is a hiking trail in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is 0.6 miles ...
Turner Boulevard Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Omaha, Nebraska. It is within Dewey ...
Curtis Walking Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Curtis, Nebraska. It is 1.5 miles ...
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