Big Papio Trail

Hefflinger Park, Nebraska

Distance10.0mi
Elevation Gain1ft
Trailhead Elevation1,004ft
Top1,004ft
Elevation Min/Max1004/1004ft
Elevation Start/End1004/1004ft

Big Papio Trail

Big Papio Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Douglas County, Nebraska. It is within Crosskey Villages Park, Westgate Park, Hefflinger Park, Seymour Smith Park, Towl Park, Sunset Hills Pool, and One Pacific Place Park. It is 10.0 miles long and begins at 1,004 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.1 miles with a total elevation gain of one foot. Near the trailhead there is a parking. The T4, T15, and T4 grasses, H, Park, and other parkings, the H parking, and the 4th grass can be seen along the trail. There are also beaches, shelters, drinking water, tree rows, benches, and picnic sites along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Ralston Trail and Bpt.

Big Papio Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"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 Omaha. Several miles past the end of this hike, the Big Papio Trail joins up with the Keystone Trail, running south to Bellevue and the Missouri River.

A mecca for explorers and travelers since the days of Lewis
and Clark and pioneer settlers heading west in covered wagons, eastern Nebraska offers a wide variety of hikes, from pleasant city strolls to rugged backcountry treks. Lincoln and Omaha, the state’s two largest cities, have well-developed networks of urban trails, while in the countryside numerous trails wind through woodsy, hilly landscapes, belying Nebraska’s reputation of being nothing but flat, open plains."

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Trail Information

Hefflinger Park
Nearby City
One Pacific Place Park
Parks
Easy
Skill Level
USGS Irvington, NE. Omaha trails map available from trail contacts listed below.
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Sep 2018