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Hoosier National Forest in Indiana
Northern Section
(from Lake Monroe to Bedford)

MAP KEY
TRAIL NAME
TRAIL USE TYPE
APPROX. MILES
1 Brown County D Trail Horse/Hike 2.1
2 Hardin Ridge Trail Hike/Bike 2
3 Hickory Ridge Trail Multiple Use 46.7
4 Nebo Ridge Trail Multiple Use 8.6
6 Ted T. Turtle Interpretive Trail Hike 1.2
7 Wilderness West Horse/Hike 31.4
8 Wilderness East Hike 4.9
9 Fork Ridge Trail Hike 3.5
10 Pate Hollow Trail Hike 7.7

clickable image map of Northern Section of Hoosier National Forest:

Wilderness West and Sycamore Trails Hardin Ridge Trail Ted T. Turtle (Twin Oaks) Interpretive Trail Hickory Ridge Trail Nebo Ridge Trail Pate Hollow Trail Fork Ridge Trail Brown County D Trail

ETIQUETTE AND RULES
Horse riders and mountain bikers are required to have a trail permit and stay on trails designated for their use. Annual ($35) and day-use ($5/day) permits are available from our offices and several local vendors.
Camping is permitted in back-country areas. Motorized travel on trails is not permitted. Please pack out your trash and leave no trace of your visit.

SAFETY
Be aware of hunting seasons. Blaze orange clothing is recommended during deer season. (Do not wear white.)
Park your vehicle off the roadway if a parking lot is not available where you wish to access.
Many trails intersect roadways. If you choose to use a road as part of your trip, be mindful of traffic.