“This trail runs through the middle of the property and offers the "big picture" of Cedar Point Biological Station.”
— CedarPoint UNL
Birding · Geological Significance · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Flora and fauna sightings, exploration opportunities.
Need to Know
This trail is located on the Cedar Point Biological Station property, accessible May through August by permission only.
Two Pipe trail is accessed through the Alligator Canyon bottom/Diffendal Loop
. Two Pipe is mostly rocky terrain that cuts through well exposed fossil soils and follows the sandy canyon bottom. The trail ends at a two-track road with two culverts next to it.
Flora & Fauna
Mule deer, turkey, red-tailed hawk, rabbits, coyotes, raccoons, opossums, skunks, red cedar, wildflowers (seasonal), grasshoppers, dragonflies, butterflies, cows, magpies, various prairie birds, and perching birds.
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