Mr. W

Phil Wlicoxson of Hoosier Hikers Council cuts most of the logs along the Tecumseh Trail.  He often leaves a W as his calling card.

If you have noticed some “W”s along the Tecumseh Trail, this is the calling card of long-term HHC member Phil Wilcoxson.

Annual Meeting Information

Every year the Hoosier Hikers Council hosts a membership meeting in March.  Everybody is welcome!

The HHC will have our 18th Annual Meeting on Saturday, March 23, 2013.  The meeting will be held at Lutheran Hills Church Camp in Brown County (see directions below).  Come and meet new friends or catch up with old friends! Meeting Schedule: Noon to 2:00 pm:  Four mile hike on the Tecumseh Trail.  We’ll hike Read more »

2013 Knobstone Mini-Marathon

The HHC 2013 Knobstone Mini-Marathon will be held on October 26th.  This is a run or walk which offers four courses of 5 K, 10 K, 10 miles, and 13 miles through the mature, shaded forests of Morgan-Monroe State Forest.  See our Races page for more information!

Trail Work Day

February 16, 2013 Our next trail work day will continue work a re-route of a road-walk to a wooded trail.  This is the Indian Hill Road section of the Tecumseh Trail.  Check out our Trail Work webpage for more information and details!

HHC Annual Membership Meeting

March 23, 2013 All members and the general public are welcome at our annual HHC membership meeting!  Relax and enjoy some hiking, good eating, and an update on HHC activities in the main hall at Luthern Hills Church Camp, nestled in the hills of Brown County.  Overnight cabins are also available. For more information, email us or Read more »

2013 Run with the Foxes Mini-Marathon

May 18, 2013 Mark your calendars for the annual HHC 2013 Run with the Foxes Mini-Marathon!  This is a run/walk which offers four trail courses (5K, 10K, 10 mile, 13 mile) through the wooded hills of southern Indiana. See our Run with the Foxes webpage for more information!

Indian Hills Trail Work

HHC volunteers building a trail route around Indian Hill road

The HHC continues work to move to woods trail portions of the Tecumseh Trail that borrow roads.  We are currently moving about a 1/4 mile of trail that is currently on Indian Hill Road to a newly acquired parcel of land of the DNR.