There is more than corn in the Hoosier State. From the heights of cliffs to the streams of small canyons, Indiana offers a plethora of tantalizing sights for your hiking enjoyment. It is difficult to pick only ten, but these trails highlight the best of the state, from long, multi-day trails to wonderful and scenic day hikes.
1.Charles Deam Wilderness-Peninsula Trail
If you’re looking for a starter backpacking trip or just an easy outing, Charles Deam is a great place to begin. The 10.2-mile out-and-back Peninsula Trail takes you along wooded ridges through a beautiful pine grove to several campsites along the shore of Lake Monroe. This is a great place to see the sunset from your campsite.