Omaha Bike Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Juneau County, Wisconsin. It is 12.0 miles long and begins at 927 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 24.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 792 feet. Along the trail there are restrooms and drinking water.
Omaha Bike Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"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. 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 must be ridden to connect to the northern and southern trailheads. Vertical barriers at trail intersections are easily passed, but no fun if run into. Surface: Seal-coated gravel with short sections of crushed gravel at each end."
--Phil Van Valkenberg, Rails To Trails: Wisconsin (The Globe Pequot Press).
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