Best Cross-Country Skiing in Nebraska

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

  • #1 Indian Cave Trail

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    Barada, NE

    This hike is a challenge: It begins in the muck of the Missouri River bottoms and climbs a steep ascent through thick forest before plunging back down to earth. Those who take this hike will ...
    •  2.5–3 hours
    •  3.8 miles

    This hike is a challenge: It begins in the muck of the Missouri River bottoms and climbs a steep ascent through thick forest ...

  • #2 Schramm Park Trail

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    South Bend, NE

    Located in a modest state recreation area on the site of a former fish hatchery, this is a spot where Nebraskans have been coming for country outings for more than one hundred years. The hike ...
    •  1–1.5 hours
    •  1.5 miles

    Located in a modest state recreation area on the site of a former fish hatchery, this is a spot where Nebraskans have been ...

  • #3 Big Papio Trail

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    Boys Town, NE

    Similar to the Keystone Trail, in that the path perches high above a creek, which it follows for the length of the hike, this trail is located even farther out in the vast suburban belt of west ...
    •  1–1.5 hours
    •  3.4 miles

    Similar to the Keystone Trail, in that the path perches high above a creek, which it follows for the length of the hike, ...

  • #4 Fort Atkinson Nature Trail

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    Fort Calhoun, NE

    This trail winds through an overgrown patch of floodplain forest, past some massive oak trees and a lush carpet of foliage. Fort Atkinson State Historical Park, on the bluff above the trail, ...
    •  30–45 minutes
    •  1 miles

    This trail winds through an overgrown patch of floodplain forest, past some massive oak trees and a lush carpet of foliage. ...

  • #5 Keystone Trail

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    Irvington, NE

    A sylvan break from bustling west Omaha, the Keystone Trail takes in views of ducks, which emerge from Little Papillion Creek alongside the trail, and robins, which sing in the trees lining the ...
    •  2.5–3 hours
    •  7.2 miles

    A sylvan break from bustling west Omaha, the Keystone Trail takes in views of ducks, which emerge from Little Papillion Creek ...