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JL on 8/23/2020 9:33:15 PM:
Hello All—What is the detour situation outside of Long Pine? The Nebraska parks map says that part of the trail is still out. Thanks-JL

 
Dougt from Onawa, Ia. on 8/23/2020 10:42:44 PM:
Ha! Good luck getting a response from anyone. I posted a week ago asking about several detours shown on some maps but not others and got nothing! I don't know what the moderator is up to... Two of us take off tomorrow from Norfolk to Valentine and back. I recall that last year that portion of the trail was closed but it was well marked and the detour was just 2 or 3 miles of gravel. Not a problem at all compared to some of the possible detours like the one east of Valentine which I can get NO information on.....

 
Alex on 8/24/2020 10:03:49 AM:
The closed sections of the trail are on NGPC's trail map are accurate. The trail just east of Long Pine is still closed. Utilize the highway or gravel roads to detour around.

 
Jess on 8/26/2020 1:30:21 PM:
We road the trail in mid July and a Long Pine local showed us how to detour in Long Pine w/out getting on the Highway. Where the trail crosses main street: Turn right (S) on main street and go a very short distance to 1st Street Turn Left on 1st street and go east on 1st street until you hit a paved asphalt county road (maybe 1/4 mile) Merge/turn left on to asphalt county road and head North East to gravel road 877 which is right before a bridge for the closed part of the cowboy trail (again, maybe a 1/4 mile) Turn right and head east on Road 877 about a mile until the first intersection and take a left and head north less than a mile and intersect the trail again where it crosses the road. It is really easy and quick.