Hiking is one of those low-cost, low-commitment activities that just about anyone can enjoy. In Nebraska, you’ve got your pick of countless miles of trails that appeal to all ages and skill levels. One of the most popular is the short 1.1-mile out-and-back trail that leads to the state’s tallest waterfall.

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Please note that while the trail to the waterfall is wheelchair accessible, you’ll need to descend a case of wooden stairs if you want to get to the base of the waterfall.

Have you ever visited this majestic place and taken the short and easy hike to the falls? Tell us about your experiences in the comments!

If you’ve been cooped up for a while and you’re missing your favorite Nebraska places, don’t worry – they’ll always be out there waiting for you.

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