Nebraska, located in the central U.S, is dominated by rolling hills in the west and a hilly landscape in the center of the state. Large, rolling sand dunes created by wind, named the Sand Hills, cover much of western Nebraska.
The editors at Backpacker have created an extensive collection of popular trails and trips for hiking and backpacking Nebraska.
America’s next long trail should cross the Great Plains, says the path’s pioneer, Steve Myers. Will hikers share his vision?
Try a 9-mile out-and-back in Ohio's Hemlock Gorge or hike through history in Per Marquette State Park or on the Saddle Rock Trail in Nebraska.
Explore an unknown Nebraska wilderness for a surprising dose of rolling hills, wildlife, and solitude.