Best Hiking in Indiana

This list represents the most popular hiking in Indiana. Use this list to plan your next Indiana hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This trail skirts a bluff before looping through a broad, deep ravine.
A loop trail through dense floodplain forest along exposed rock outcroppings above Fourteenmile ...
A loop trail through a rugged ravine, with a spur trail to the scenic Lover’s Leap ov ...
A trail through a state nature preserve to an open cave.
A combination of park trails through McCormick’s Creek Canyon that leads from a canyon ...
If you like riverside hikes and sprawling marshlands busy with birds, you’ll find this ...
This hike combines several park trails over ground walked by Abraham Lincoln dur- ing ...
A short loop trail past sandstone cliffs overlooking the lake.
A linear trail along the Wabash River that is full of historic locations, from Battle ...
A trail over rugged, hilly terrain of Clark State Forest.
Fort Benjamin Harrison, or “Fort Ben” for short, is Indiana’s newest state park, established ...
A trail through a nature preserve featuring virgin timber also passes several caves and ...
A combination of loop trails that follow the streambeds of rocky ravines.
A combination of park trails looping through canyons and along scenic Sugar Creek.
This trail meanders through woodlands and along a creek, takes a side trip past several ...
A trail to a cave canyon, through a pioneer village, and to a pioneer cemetery. Many hikers ...
A trail through remote ravines of Brown County State Park.
Cope Hollow Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Monroe County, Indiana. It is within ...
A network of trails through meadows and forests, past Bear and Cub Lakes, and cir- cling ...
This trail visits the steep, forested ridges, ravines, creeks, and lakes of Morgan-Monroe ...
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