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wandern
schlammig
8 days ago

These trails are surprisingly good, with varied elevation and decent river views. It's most crowded right around the falls, but traffic drops off pretty sharply once you get past them, and especially after you cross over Owen Landing. At times there can be some bike/horse traffic on this portion of the trails, but there are enough side paths and offshoots to avoid too many collisions, and there usually aren't too many hikers crowding around. It's true that many of these trails aren't marked, but they all eventually lead to the same place, or back to the main trail. It's not overly difficult to find your way back, even without a map. The trails do tend to be muddy though, especially after Owen Landing. If you're trying to hike outside of Omaha and don't have time to go to Indian Cave (south) or Ponca (north), this is about the best you can do.

rennrad
eisig
schnee
25 days ago

Lovely there were a bunch of geese that flew over me and landed in the river.

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
30 days ago

Sad to see that for some reason Nebraska Game and Parks has allowed the mountain bikers to overrun the place. trail offshoots everywhere. obstacles and mounds intentionally added to existing trails. just seems like they've given the trails over to them and hikers be damned.

wandern
brücke geschlossen
2 months ago

wandern
Gebühren
schlammig
überwachsen
2 months ago

Overall, the hike is a lot of fun. There a ton of different paths you can venture to and lots of natural beauty to enjoy. The teepee are is really cool and the Lincoln Journal tower is worth the climb to the top to be reward with awesome views of the park, the Platte River, and the Missouri River. This is definitely a moderate hike in some areas not just because of distance, but because there are steep ascents and descents in areas where the path is overgrown or not very well maintained. The are close to 0 trail markers and the map provided by the park can be challenging to follow if you have a challenged sense of direction. Despite all that, this is a hike worth doing. The park is beautiful, the falls are lovely, and it provided enough of a challenge to make it exciting. We saw a few people but it was not overly crowded. If you can end you hike by the creek where you will be rewarded with beautiful views and nice areas to fish, stroll, or simply sit and enjoy some time with nature.

Platte River SP has a pretty good system of trails. I read the prior reviews regarding the trails not being marked, and was hesitant. Actually, that was part of the fun. You start out and go whatever way you want. If you as you have GPS, you can get back to where you started. The trail paths are well used and I was surprised with the amount of elevation change. Overall a great fall hike.

wandern
brücke geschlossen
geschlossen
käfer
3 months ago

Laufen
3 months ago

This trail can be used for all things. It is made of gravel. Approximately there is a road every 13 blocks along the trail. It goes through cornfields but is surrounds by trees. It is great for walking dogs, running, and biking. Recommend this trail to anyone that can use it! Love it!

wandern
schlammig
3 months ago

The trail isn't well marked. Even though I had a map I still got lost. Other than that this up and down trail is very beautiful. It is up and down and around. It was a good trail though. It was very muddy when I did it.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
3 months ago

Mountainbiking
geschlossen
3 months ago

half of the trail is closed

Mountainbiking
steinig
3 months ago

It is cement for about the 1st mile and then gravel the rest of the way. The only bad thing is the last mile of the trail and the bridge are blocked off and private property so you can’t get in.

Mountainbiking
ausgewaschen
brücke geschlossen
geschlossen
4 months ago

We're visiting from CO and heard the MoPac trail was great for some trail biking. We started at South Bend since we were coming from the South. There was no signs at the parking lot/trailhead to notify us of the trail closure. The Lied Bridge across the Platte river was closed. Apparently since March 2019. When we went over to the other side the trail was completely washed out until we got up closer to the highway. So disappointed! Doesn't look like any work has been done to try to repair the bridge or trail. Looking forward to someday bike touring the Mopac from Lincoln to Omaha or vice versa but not looking promising with the bridge.

excellent trail for hiking!! beautiful scenery. Our only complaint, is that a very big lack of trail head signs. not well marked at all. otherwise awesome! had a great time. will be back for sure!!

Miles of trails. Will need to return a few times to get to them all. Best of Nebraska so far. Lots of steep inclines and no washouts.

wandern
5 months ago

Follow the park signs and ignore the trail that is displayed. This trail is also used by horses so it is fairly easy to navigate.

The park is blazing multiple new trails on east side of park. Spent much of my hike exploring. Saw a large number of deer, turkey, and squirrels while hiking. Ran across the largest coyote I’ve ever seen.

8-4-19 good ride at taha with dad nice and shady

wandern
5 months ago

Wilderness Park is my favorite trail system in Lincoln. The park is huge! At over 1,400 acres, you will never run out of new places to explore. The park is primarily unkept wilderness, and although it is wedged between a 4 lane highway and a set of railroad tracks, it is easy to forget you are only 5 miles south of downtown Lincoln. The trail system winds through dense woods, and oak grooves along the banks of the Salt Creek. The dirt paths are marked for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and multi use. If biking a mountain bike would be preferable due to the occasional large rock or tree root in the trail. Unfortunately many of the bridges linking sections of park together are out. Until they are replaced you may have to use Jamaica North trail to access certain areas of the park. Fall and early spring are my favorite times of year to visit Wilderness park. In the summer things can be a bit overgrown and the ticks and mosquitoes can be a little much to handle. Wilderness park is a great place to fell like you left town without actually leaving. Perfect for catching a glimpse of some wildlife and getting away from it all for a while.

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