The Beautiful Bridge Hike In Nebraska That Will Completely Mesmerize You

Some of the most interesting trails to hike and bike in Nebraska are those that came about from a rails-to-trails conversion. This type of conversion takes unused railroad corridors and recasts them as recreational trails for everyone to use. This trail in Merrick and Hamilton Counties is a great example of what can come from this transformation.

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The Dark Island Trail is such a lovely way to spend an afternoon getting some fresh air with family or enjoying some alone time. Have you ever traveled this trail? Share your experiences in the comments, and don’t forget to join our Nebraska Nature Lovers group on Facebook to see and share great photos of Nebraska.

Of course, we couldn’t talk about bridge hikes without mentioning the most well-known bridge hike in Nebraska: the Cowboy Trail.