Bloomington has 12 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 10 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cope Hollow Loop, McCormick’s Creek State Park: Falls Canyon Trail and Morgan-Monroe State Forest: Low Gap Trail. Trails.com member Wendy F. recently completed Cope Hollow Loop.
Cope Hollow LoopView Trail Details
This trail leads through the Charles C. Deam Wilderness of the Hoosier National Forest.
McCormick’s Creek State Park: Wolf Cave TrailView Trail Details
A trail through a state nature preserve to an open cave.
McCormick’s Creek State Park: Falls Canyon TrailView Trail Details
A combination of park trails through McCormick’s Creek Canyon that leads from a canyon waterfall to the White River and back.
Morgan-Monroe State Forest: Three Lakes LoopView Trail Details
This trail visits the steep, forested ridges, ravines, creeks, and lakes of Morgan-Monroe State Forest.
Morgan-Monroe State Forest: Low Gap TrailView Trail Details
A loop trail covering steep, forested ridges, ravines, creeks, and the Backcountry Area of Morgan-Monroe State Forest.
Sycamore LoopView Trail Details
A trail that leads along creek and to ravine overlooks of the Charles C. Deam Wilderness.
Peninsula TrailView Trail Details
This hike through Charles C. Deam Wilderness leads to a peninsula jutting into Lake Monroe, the state’s largest lake.
Indiana University Griffy Woods Research and Teaching PreserveView Trail Details
As its name suggests, the primary purpose of this property is to provide Indiana University with a natural setting for research and teaching. ...
Cedar Bluff Nature PreserveView Trail Details
While only 1 mile long, this trail is by far the most challenging in the guide because it involves rocky, uneven terrain and a few steps of climbing. ...
Scarce O’Fat TrailView Trail Details
A loop trail along a ridgetop, through a deep ravine, and over a steep hill featuring a north-facing vista overlooking Yellowwood Lake.
Bloomington, Heltonville, Stinesville, and SpencerView Trail Details
Home to Indiana University, Bloomington exudes diversity and sophistication. The community offers the most accessible gateway to Lake Monroe ...
Greensburg, Columbus, Gnaw Bone, Nashville, Belmont, and Bloomington, INView Trail Details
When they said, “Head for the hills!” this area must have been what they meant. We speak of the south-central Indiana highlands centering upon ...