A Landmark for Many Peoples Towering 800 feet above the North Platte River, Scotts Bluff has served as a landmark for peoples from Native Americans to emigrants on the Oregon, California and Mormon Trails to modern travelers. Rich with geological and paleontological history as well as human history, there is much to discover while exploring the 3,000 acres of Scotts Bluff National Monument.

Simple paved walk to an overlook. Does have info markers.

Great history. Great hike. Incline with switchbacks is doable by most.

hiking
2 months ago

Trail is now opened!

Trail closed midway but hiked all parts allowed. Good views! Wear sunscreen. :)

Other trails are closed at various points due to rock slides, so...we hiked the vehicle access road after park hours with ranger permission. Greats views, rattle snakes and deer. Good trek, worth the wait for the park to close for the night.

If you are a photographer it's worth the trip. Wanted to climb the long trail but was closed due to landslide but the landslide looked weak and probably could've kept the trail open in my opinion.

Beautiful area, but the trail is closed halfway up due to a rockslide

Very beautiful area,. Great history and great views.

Saturday, October 08, 2016

hiking
Monday, August 22, 2016

Great views