Tranquility Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Omaha, NE and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This Trail is Omaha's first approved off-road trail system in the city limits. These trails are primarily single-track though there are also some short sections of double-track connectors. A good mix of terrain can be found here -- everything from tight switchbacks through pine trees, to wide open grassland climbs, followed by speed-building swooping descents.
Just done this, excellent. http://www.everytrail.com/profile.php?user_id=5547845
More of a bike trail~but it did the trick!
I walked this trail for a bit (about 3.5 miles). Seemed like most people were on bikes though. The sign I read said it was a 10 mile trail. The trail was really narrow for walking. I'm sure it would be a lot more fun on a bike.
Challenging trail for beginning rider, but not too difficult. Can be a little rough due to how narrow the trail gets at times and how low it is compared to the ground on either side. Could use some better markings, somehow missed the turn back to the parking lot and had to find an alternate route to finish the ride. Only rode the southern loop this time, so don't know about the north portion of the trail. Don't pay attention to the 3.2 miles listed, it was actually just over 5 miles. Overall a good, fun ride.
Amazing. Great feel. Challenging and easy. Loved the jump section.
Definitely a biking trail but it was still a nice a really nice place to hike.
Awesome ride! Cool area with drop offs and a jumping section!
An easy hike. Decent length. Pretty much the only person there today. overall, a nice hike.
If you're looking for trail running, this is not for you. Trails too close to adjacent suburban neighborhoods, not to enjoyable. Trails are big tire tracks and full of bikers and annoying people who don't keep their dogs on a leash.
Not bad for a little stroll in the morning. Went mid-morning on a weekday and only encountered 4 bikers. Would be a great trail for a bike, definitely "easy" for a hike. If you stay in the wooded areas, it is nice and cool and quite pretty. Out in the open, it is just another grass field. You are much more secluded in the wooded areas, while the open areas are often lined by houses in the adjacent neighborhood. Good for any age. Even grandma can go as long as she can walk without a cane.
Nice trail with different type of woods and meadows. Very narrow in parts more suitable for biking than hiking but we hiked it anyway. Be careful if it's wet the clay sand can be very slippery. Pretty.
A decent bike trail with some good banks to turn on. A lot more open trail than forest tho
This trail has a mix of wooded area and prairie area. The wooded area is good for walking, but the prairie area really seems more or mountain biking. There are some really beautiful views, but I never did get the relaxed feeling I get in other parks. Also the day I went the amount of trash along the trail was unbelievable. The small grocery bag I carry to pick up what I find wasn't enough, would have needed a large 30 gallon garbage bag. For Hiking I'd give this one a miss.
Good trails. There is 5 to choose from and they are all equally fun. I prefer the challenging ones . Just don't get caught in a storm there is really no where to go other than that it is a fun ride!
Trails are well marked with easy and difficult levels. The difficult levels are the most fun to me, I think all ages can take on any of the trails out there. Lots of wild life, lots of up and down hill and winding through the woods. trails are narrow and fun. Wear a helmet!
Very fun trail. You can get over 9 miles when you do the north loop now. Its a good mix of types of trails. All single track, some twisty trails through the trees. Not too much climbing. Not really many technical spots. Great for night rides. One of my favorite trails for a