"Located in Hoosier National Forest, approximately 10 miles south of I-64 on IN 37. There's nothing too tough about Mogan. Mud is rarely a problem. The hills are gradual, although long. The creek crossing midway through the eastern loop has rocky approaches, but the angle is shallow and the water placid in normal times. The singletrack is medium tight in spots, but never overly technical, and just about the time you're getting fuzzy-headed from concentrating on the trail, boom, you're back to a fire road.
Mogan Ridge offers a splendid mix of singletracks and fire roads that interconnect for lots of riding options. The downside is rampant illegal ATV use that has all but ruined what would otherwise be the best singletrack in the Hoosier. Like most Hoosier National Forest trails, Mogan Ridge has a mix of creek bottoms, hills, hardwoods, and pines. Unlike others, Mogan has few ridge-top views."