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Hemlock Cliffs in Hoosier National Forest

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Wonderful natural features

So many off-shoots to the main trail and two creek beds to explore, along with two waterfalls... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wendy W
Wonderful trail off the beaten path

We drove back winding roads that turned to gravel. The drive was worth it. This was a great trail... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Doug S
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Fishers, Indiana
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So many off-shoots to the main trail and two creek beds to explore, along with two waterfalls (seasonally) and massive rock formations. It's a great place to explore nature for all levels of hikers, including children. Rocks can be slippery, so use caution. Path is...More

Thank Wendy W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We drove back winding roads that turned to gravel. The drive was worth it. This was a great trail with many, many natural features to see. There are cliffs, creeks, waterfalls, caves and more. We spent 2.5 hours enjoying everything and could have spent another...More

Thank Doug S
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Honestly, I thought Indiana was all farms. This little slice of nature shows a really different side. The main 1-mile loop trail leads through thick woods and down into a box canyon formation. There is one fairly difficult section, just below the trailhead. If you...More

Thank Catherine M
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Reviewed September 3, 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth the drive. Had some more challenging areas with large rocks and some stairs. Only about 1.5 miles long and goes in a loop.

Thank Libby F
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Reviewed August 7, 2017

Beautiful hike, just a one hour drive from Louisville. Take your time and enjoy the rock formations and be aware there is a large loop and a smaller one. Take both loops! We plan to go back when there will be more water--Still, worth the...More

Thank WkNdTrps
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Reviewed April 15, 2017 via mobile

Loved looking at the cliffs and Hemlock trees. There was a lot of litter along the trails :( plastic bottles, cans etc. would be nice if there weren't so much along the way. Other than that beautiful scenery.

Thank Judy H
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Reviewed August 7, 2016

Awesome hiking, beautiful view, great camping spot! We found a little secluded area next to the stream to camp. It was beautiful and peaceful. Watch out for snakes when hiking though!

1  Thank DenyciaDawn
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Reviewed July 17, 2016

This secluded hiking area is perfect for a day long adventure. The hiking trail here is about 2 miles long and descends down into an ancient gorge and along a creek, surrounded by cliffs and rock. There is a very mystical feeling here as if...More

1  Thank rickyidlett
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Reviewed July 5, 2016 via mobile

We went and the creek that feeds the waterfalls were dry. We still loved it, but we will go back after a rain. I dont suggest riding your motorcycle. Its a hilly gravel road for about 2 miles back there.

1  Thank Scott W
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Reviewed March 31, 2016

I have lived in the area all my life and have never hiked Hemlock Cliffs. I had no idea what I was missing!! It's only about a mile trail, but there's so much to see off the beaten path. We were there well over 2...More

1  Thank Mindy M
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Response from Judy H | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'm not sure. The part of the park we went too wasn't handicap accessible :(
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