What’s not to love about a trail called Turkey Run?
This list is of course(!) not complete. We would include the beautiful Shades State Park outside of Waveland.
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Making plans to spend some time outdoors this summer? 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 hiking spots in Indiana you have to check out.
1) Turkey Run State Park
The suspension bridge in Turkey Run State Park is both exciting and terrifying to walk across. The park itself is a very gorgeous place for an afternoon hike. You can find this beautiful park in Marshall, Indiana.
2) Knobstone Trail of Fun
Did you know this is the longest natural foot path in the state of Indiana? It is roughly 48 miles long and offers spectacular views of the wooded terrain in Southern Indiana. It is rated as a fairly difficult trail, not recommended for beginners.
3.) Hiking Trails of Pokagon State Park
Pokagon State Park has nine different hiking trails ranging from easy to moderate in skill level. You can find this beautiful state park and all if it’s hiking trails in Angola, Indiana.
4.) Low Gap Trail
You can find this beautiful trail in Morgan-Monroe State Forest near Martinsville. The trail consists of a 10 mile loop. This particular trail is recommended only for people who have a lot of experience hiking. You can access this trail all year-round.
5.) Clifty Falls State Park
Many Hoosiers consider Clifty Falls State Park to be home to the best hiking trails in the entire state. The state park contains a 14 mile loop trail that you can find near Madison, Indiana. You can even bring your dog down this trail on a leash!
6.) Hemlock Cliffs National Scenic Trail
You can find Hemlock Cliffs National Scenic Trail right near English, Indiana. Along the trail, you can see a beautiful waterfall. The trail is rated as a moderate trail that may be slightly difficult (though not impossible) for beginners. It is not uncommon for individuals to go camping along this trail.
To see the original article by Trisha Faulkner: http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/indiana/indy-hiking-spots/