“Starts at the boat shed along Ogallala Lake and later connects with Diffendal Loop to exit out of gate near Boys Cabin.”
— CedarPoint UNL
Birding · Fall Colors · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Summer Station. Private access from May-August
Need to Know
Bring water. Wear sturdy and comfortable shoes. If sunny, bring a hat or sunscreen. Shut and latch any cow gates once through to ensure cattle stay inside premises.
Be aware of the large boulders and canyon cliff edges.
This trail starts on the edge of the Ogallala Lake near the Cedar Point Biological Station boat house shed and travels along the side of tall cliffs. You'll go through a barbed wire gate halfway through, and be sure to close the gate when you are through. The remaining part of the trail has a substantial amount of loose rocks. It meets with Diffendal Loop
at the end, and you can access the green gate on the East Boys Cabin side to exit.
Flora & Fauna
Flora: Spiderwort, Yucca, Barrel Cactus, Downy Brome, Smooth Brome, Prickly Pear Cactus, Eastern redcedar
Fauna: Prairie Rabbits, Barn Owls, Morning glory, American Goldfinch, Cedar Waxwing, Redtail Hawk
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