Level: Intermediate
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Figure 8
Elevation: -
Total: 18 riders
 

Mountain Biking Schramm Park Recreation Area

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#28 of 34 mountain bike trails in Nebraska
#11774 in the world

This is a simple figure 8 with a couple complex downhills or upbills, depending on where you start. A great beginner trail. Not too technical and a good workout for the newbie.

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This is a simple figure 8 with a couple complex downhills or upbills, depending on where you start. A great beginner trail. Not too technical and a good workout for the newbie.
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  • dberry63
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    Was visiting parents in Gretna and stopped by because it was close. These are walking trails not mountain bike trails. The trails had 6 inch to 8 inch tall logs accross for walking steps. Was not an issue going down but very hard to negotiate going up especially if the logs are wet like the morning I rode. Next time will make the drive to Swanson Park instead.

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  • justinomaha
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    It had some steep hills and some rough terrain. It was a lot of fun to ride. It starts off as a large path to ride on and then the trail becomes a single track. Very fun and some parts are challenging. I thought the trail was fairly long and it could take you an hour or so to ride the whole thing.

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