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Explore the best rated trails in Beatrice, NE. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the MoPac Trail East and MoPac Trail West. With more than 29 trails covering 3924 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Easy access from I 80 if you are passing through. Beautiful trail with lot's of rail road history.
44.3 miles out and back. Beautiful ride through cornfields and trees… Good amount of shade. The only downside is no water available on the trail so make sure you have plenty!
A nice ride. The hub is a good place to start.
We took electric scooters and did 16miles of this trail was so beautiful seen 6 deer 5 turkeys will glad go back and explore more
They just got done with the new underpass under Rosa Parks Way. Shorter path, and lot nicer than having to go over to 1st Street.
Passing through from western Colorado, only time for a short ride south of Beatrice. Perfect 80 degree day, shaded tree canopy, birds singing, smooth crushed stone pavement, no hills. Who says you need a gnarly Colorado single track and a 2000 feet of elevation gain to have fun. Chief Standing Bear Trail put a grin and smile on my face. Only complaint was the miles were too few.
I truly love this Trail.
Trail is open now, closed in a few spots for construction, but this has been completed. No blocked spots.
This trail is part of the system that can take you all the way to Lincoln and beyond if you so choose. If you start on Main Street in Marysville and ride to the Haymarket in Lincoln you just tip past 75 miles, one way. It’s a former rail line so that distance will earn you about 600’ of climbing. Nice and flat, if that’s what you’re after. Beatrice and Cortland provide perfectly spaced out refueling stops and the trail surface is cinder and fine gravel, easy with almost even road tires, 32c and above are perfect. Starting off in Marysville it can get damp and sticky and sometimes you have to move a branch or two out of the way, but the trail is beautifully maintained with superb bridges, tree canopy and occasional wildlife. I have yet to make it to Omaha and back but I get you my review when I do.
Great spring ride in Kansas—watch out for those winds across the plain sections of the trail! The coffee shop in Marysville is great for mid ride fuel
Great spring ride in Nebraska—watch out for those winds across the plain sections of the trail!
Sept 2021! Rode from Lincoln and the trail was in great shape! A bridge was out so there was a slight detour, but it kicked us into some gravel through some scenic Nebraska farms. We ended the day in Beatrice at Chatauqua Park. Slept in the park and rode back into Lincoln the next day. Great event GREATtrail!!!
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