These 12 Hiking Spots In Indiana Are Completely Out Of This World

Posted in Indiana June 05, 2015 by

Making plans to spend some time outdoors this summer? Maybe you’ve thought about taking your family on an exciting family vacation this year? What some people do not know is Indiana is packed with absolutely breathtaking hiking spots. These spots feature beautiful scenic views, and some are home to the few waterfalls we have in Indiana. If you enjoy hiking, here are 12 hiking spots in Indiana you have to check out.

7.) Adventure Hiking Trail

This beautiful hiking trail is 25 miles long. You can find the trail in Corydon, Indiana.

8.) Adena Trace Loop

This trail is 25 miles long and located in Brookville, Indiana.

9.) Three Lakes Trail

This trail is just shy of ten miles long. You can find it located in Martinsville, Indiana.

10.) Hiking in Pinhook Bog

This particular hiking trail is part of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

11.) Mogan Ridge East Trail

You can find this hiking trail near Derby, Indiana. The trail is only 6.7 miles long. However, it does connect to the Morgan Ridge West Trail which is 12.3 miles long. Between the two trails, you can enjoy a nice long hike through a scenic hardwood forest.

12.) McCormick’s Creek State Park

You can find the Falls Canyon Trail in McCormick’s Creek State Park right near Spencer, Indiana. The trail is a small 3 mile loop and it is absolutely beautiful. The best part of the trail is getting to enjoy the waterfall. The trail is a little rough and only recommended for hikers with experience.

What do you think? These videos and pictures are absolutely beautiful! I don’t know about you, but I want to hop in my car and go check out some of these trails right now! Which one of these do you plan on making a trip to? Do you have a favorite that did not make this list? Don’t forget to share this beautiful collection of hiking spots with all of your friends!

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