Adventure Hiking Trail is a hiking trail in Harrison County, Indiana. It is within O'Bannon Woods State Park. It is 24.8 miles long and begins at 428 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 26.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 6,155 feet. The Pioneer Cabin Shelter (elevation 489 feet) shelter can be seen along the trail. There are also alpine huts along the trail.
Adventure Hiking Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The name for this trail is no longer accurate because it actually only goes to two lakes—Bryant Creek and Cherry lakes. The third lake on the original triangular-shaped trail, Beanblossom Lake, has dried up. Regardless of name accuracy, the Three Lakes Loop is every bit as demanding as the Low Gap Trail, the other long-distance hike in Morgan-Monroe StateForest.Begin the hike on an old roadbed that starts downhill after about 100 yards, and reaches the first of what will be several creek crossings over the next 10 miles. The creeks are small, however, and flow intermittently with seasonal rainfall, so they normally present little trouble."
--Phil Bloom, Hiking Indiana (Falcon Guides).
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