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Omaha Trail Professional Review and Guide
"You’ll pass through a block-and-a-half-long railroad tunnel and exquisite bluff country scenery along the Omaha Trail. Near Mill Bluff State Park, it connects to a 100-mile rail trail system. Surface: Seal-coated gravel with short sections of crushed gravel at each end.Crossings at some gravel roads are unpaved. An ice mound builds up in the middle of the tunnel and typically lasts into early summer. Short on-street sections connect the northern and southern trailheads. Bikers should watch for vertical barriers at trail intersections, which are easily passed but no fun if run into. An annual Juneau County trail pass fee is required for adult bicyclists. Passes can be purchased at Elroy Commons, the Hustle Stop convenience store in Hustler, the Target Bluff German Haus Restaurant in Camp Douglas, and at some other area businesses. In winter you must have a Wisconsin snowmobile registration or nonresident trail use sticker."
--Phil Van Valkenberg, Best Rail Trails Wisconsin (Falcon Guides).
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