14 Stunning Views You’ll Only Find in Nebraska

August 21, 2020Add a CommentPosted By

Over the years, Nebraska has garnered a reputation as a “fly-over state” full of cornfields and uninteresting pastures. But we’re here to crush that misconception—because the Cornhusker State is so much more. Sure, we do have our fill of cornfields, but our amazing state also features incredible rock formations, breathtaking rivers, interesting man-made structures, and more.

Read on for a list of our favorite views that can only be found in Nebraska. And the next time you’re dreading a road trip through the state, think again! You might just find some views you never expected.

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