Trail Chart

For a printable pdf flier of Hoosier National Forest trails click here.

Trail Name Use Type Approx. Miles
Birdseye Multiple-use* 12.1
Brown County D Horse/hike 2.1
Buzzard Roost Hike  0.8
Celina Interpretive Hike 0.8
Fork Ridge Hike 3.5
German Ridge Multiple-use 24
German Ridge Lake Hike 1.9
Hardin Ridge Hike/bike 2.0
Hemlock Cliffs Hike 1.0
Hickory Ridge Multiple-use 46.7
Lick Creek Multiple-use 7.7
Mogan Ridge West Mutliple-use 12.3
Mogan Ridge East Hike 6.7
Nebo Ridge Multiple-use 8.6
Oriole West Multiple-use 7.2
Oriole East Multiple-use 6.5
Pate Hollow Hike 7.7
Pioneer Mothers Hike 1.3
Shirley Creek Multiple-use 19.4
Saddle Lake Hike 2.2
Springs Valley Multiple-use 12.7
Tipsaw Hike/bike 5.9
Twin Oaks Interpretive Hike 1.4
Two Lakes Loop Hike 15.7
Wilderness West Horse/hike 32.4
Wilderness Sycamore Hike 4.9
Youngs Creek Multiple-use 11

*Multiple Use allows for hiking, mountain biking and horse back riding on these trails.

For information on any of these trail systems click on "Find an Area" in the right hand column - or on the use type under recreation (such as hiking, horse riding or bicycling) and search for the particular trail you are interested in.

Pardon our Dust

Maintaining a trail system is a long and ever-changing process. Please bear with us as we work continually to get trails brought up to standard. Some new routes may vary from existing maps.

The Forest also assisted with research on the best way to manage trails. The following paper may be of interest :

Aust, Michael W.; Marion, Jeffery L.; and Kyle, Kevin. 2005. Research for the development of best management practices to minimize horse trail impacts on the Hoosier National Forest. Virginia Tech Department of Foresty, Blacksburg, VA. 80p.