The KT will be temporarily closed between mile markers 41 (just after, at E Pull Tight Road) and 42 (just before, at Mailroute Road) for public safety due to a timber harvest on Jackson-Washington State Forest. A re-route has been identified and is in place. Once the harvest is complete, the trail will resume its Read more »
On Saturday, March 18th, the Hoosier Hikers Council will be back at the Laura Hare Nature Preserve at Downey Hill where we’ll continue working on the scenic south section of this new trail. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you’re coming so we can plan enough lunch for all the workers. Please be aware that Read more »
Come join us again on March 11th for the HHC Annual Meeting at Lutheran Hills in Brown County. We’ll get together for hikes, our business meeting (short), speakers, door prizes, awards, and a pitch-in dinner (please bring a dish to share). Meet other HHC members and catch up on what everyone’s been doing! We have a two-part Read more »
The new temporary Deam Lake Trailhead is located on the eastside of the dam on Wilson Switch Road. Look for the Deam Lake Trailhead sign. Note, the first quarter-mile of the KT is shared with a horse trail. Click here for a map of the reroute. Note that the new Knobstone Trail map shows the Read more »
The Division of Forestry has announced a temporary trail closure of the Scarce O’Fat Trail. Beginning Feb. 10, the Tecumseh Trail hikers will follow Jackson Creek road below Yellowwood Lake Dam to SR 46 until the timber harvest is complete. See the map below:
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.