The Cowboy Trail is a rail trail in northern Nebraska. It is a multi-use recreational trail suitable for bicycling, walking and horseback riding. It occupies an abandoned Chicago and North Western Railway corridor. When complete, the trail will run from Chadron to Norfolk, a length of 321 miles (517 km), making it the longest rails-to-trails conversion in the United States. It is Nebraska's first state recreational trail. The trail runs across the Outback area of Nebraska.
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... There are 29 communities along the length of the Cowboy Trail ... Major cities on the trail include (from west to east) Chadron Gordon Valentine Ainsworth O'Neill Neligh Norfolk Trailheads are located in Valentine and ... Completed sections of the trail are crushed limestone ...
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