The Knobstone Trail Is One Of The Most Underrated Hikes In All Of Indiana

Indiana is just packed with outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy, including miles and miles of hiking trails. There are definitely plenty of hiking trails that everyone takes at least once, but today, we’d like to shine a little light on one of the lesser-known and lesser-appreciated ones. The Knobstone Trail is easily one of the best hikes in Indiana, and we’re certain you’ll love it as much as we do.

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It’s important to note that the Knobstone Trail is open for foot traffic only; no bikes, horses, or motorized cars, please! It can be steep at some points, too, and hikers with asthma or other physical limitations will want to consider this while planning their trip. You’ll also weave in and out of the wilderness, occasionally needing to cross roads and highways – use caution!

What do you think? What are your choices for the best hikes in Indiana? Tell us all about your picks in the comments; maybe you’ll see yours featured! For more details and information about the Knobstone Trail, visit the official DNR Forestry website. For more great hikes in the beautiful Hoosier State, this article might be of some use. There’s a hike for every month of the year!

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