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Adena Hiking, Anyone?

The HHC would like to hear from anyone who has recently hiked the Adena Trace.  We were wondering the state of the trail, e.g., are there a lot of blow-downs?   Is it difficult or easy to follow the trail?   Did you have a nice hike?   We’d love to hear from anyone who has hiked it Read more »

Knobstone Trail Hike March 22

Mary Perez, a long-time HHC member, will be leading a co-ed hike for the Brown County Walking Women on Friday, March 22: ELK CREEK TO LEOTA, on the Knobstone Trail Arriving at Leota Trailhead we will have completed 33 miles of this 58 mile trail. Today, starting at Elk Creek Trailhead, we’ll travel about 7 Read more »

Hiking with Stile

The HHC secretary and former HHC president build a hiking stile over a fence.

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.

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 »