The trails around Beck’s Mill are one of the best spring wildflower hikes in southern Indiana. See our Trails tab for more information.
Red buds brighten up the scenery when hiking the Adena Trace in early spring.
The evening sun barely shines through the deep forest surrounding Low Gap Trail in Morgan Monroe State Forest south of Martinsville.
Pausing for a quick break while building the Eagle’s Crest Nature Preserve Trail at Eagle Creek Park.
A beautiful maple in full fall colors along the HHC-built Jimmy Nash Trail.
Cutting the 20th anniversary cake HHC-style.
While supplies last, HHC members can get a free, new Hoosier Hikers Council boot logo sticker. These stickers are 3″ x 4 1/2″, and they have protective coatings so they’ll resist water and sunlight. And they’re very sticky! Put one on your car, your refrigerator, or your neighbor’s dog! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request yours today!
The HHC Secretary takes a new stile for a spin. These are necessary when trails cross over fences which maintain cattle, horses, or other livestock.
The HHC sets up and mans 12 aid stations for the annual Tecumseh Marathon. It takes over 70 volunteers to support this race, and it is always a challenge to recruit this number. If you would be interested in helping with the Marathon, please contact us!
The Eagle Scouts have been instrumental in building bridges for many hiking trails throughout Indiana, including the Tecumseh Trail.