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Adventure Hiking Trail, Corydon, IN -This is a long-distance loop trail along forested river bluffs, ravines, sinkholes, and caves. The Adventure Hiking Trail—or AHT—keeps getting shorter, but it is still the second-longest trail in the state next to the Knobstone Trail. Once listed as being 27 to 30 miles long, the AHT now measures just more than 23 miles and is still under revision. Hiking Trails
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Low Gap Trail in Morgan-Monroe State Forest, Martinsville, IN-This is a loop trail covering steep, forested ridges, ravines, creeks, and the Back Country Area of Morgan-Monroe State Forest. Hiking Trails
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Clifty Falls State Park, Madison, IN-This is a combination of park trails forming a loop hike through Clifty Falls Canyon. Most of Clifty Falls State Park’s highlights can be seen by combining elements of five different park trails. In doing so, you will pass by four of the park’s five major waterfalls, walk a rock-strewn portion of Clifty Creek, and see the sheer-walled canyon both from above and below. Hiking Trails
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Turkey Run State Park, Crawfordsville, IN-This is a combination of park trails looping through canyons and along scenic Sugar Creek. The sandstone cliffs of Turkey Run State Park have their origins 300,000 years ago, when the ancient Michigan River left sandy deposits as it spilled into a great inland sea. Post-glacial streams then carved the canyons that are distinguishing characteristics of the park.Hiking Trails
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Beach Trail, Chesterton, IN-This is a loop trail through woods and along Lake Michigan, concluding with a climb through dunes. Established in 1925, Indiana Dunes State Park is one of the oldest parks in the state park system. The park features a combination of sand dunes, woods, and marshes nestled within the boundaries of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Hiking Trails
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Two Lakes Loop, Tell City, IN-This is a double-loop trail around Celina and Indian lakes. Restricted to hikers only, this trail is as easy to follow as those in state parks, but without the traffic. There are several stream crossings, including the two over the Anderson River and Tige CreekHiking Trails
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Sycamore Loop, Bloomington, IN-This is a trail that leads along a creek and to ravine overlooks of the Charles C. Wilderness. The Forest Service maintains very few hiker-only trails in the Hoosier National Forest, and this ranks near the top of that limited number. Difficulty is minimal, and the chance for solitude is superb.Hiking Trails
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