After Rocky Mountain National Park we headed north to Scotts Bluff in Nebraska.
There is a road that goes up to the top, through a couple tunnels (so double check before taking a RV up there). From the parking lot at the top there are several small trails that you can take. We took one out to the tip. The view is great up there.
From the base there are places you can still see wagon tracks.
After Scotts Bluff we drove down to Chimney Rock. There is a little visitorscenter and museum. The center is free, but the (very small) museum has a fee. It was such a hot day the air conditioning in the center was a nice break. I picked up some nice brochures of the area, like the pioneer trail information.
The rest of our day was driving along the Western Trails Scenic Byway and the Lincoln Highway Scenic Byway on the way to Lincoln Nebraska. And boy were there a lot of corn fields. Nothing against Nebraska, but I feel like it is just all corn.
If you know of any other cool things in Nebraska (that I obviously missed) let me know!