Morgan-Monroe State Forest Low Gap Trail

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#1 of 3 trails in Morgan Monroe State Forest
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Morgan-Monroe State Forest Low Gap Trail is a 10.1 mile loop trail located near Martinsville, IN and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is accessible year-round.

10.1 miles 1108 feet Loop
birding hiking trail running walking
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Donald Palmer

1 Completed0 Reviews

Very enjoyable trail in the heart of southern Indiana. There is a wide variety of terrain and a couple of picturesque creeks and vistas. This trail is gorgeous in the spring and fall.

Jake Hagist

1 Completed1 Reviews

Absolutely gorgeous hike and a good challenge as well!

Jordan Mazerolle

1 Completed1 Reviews

christina cremeans

1 Completed1 Reviews

Conrad Jackson

1 Completed1 Reviews

Granted I hiked it in November so lots of leaves covering the path but trail was not very well marked at all. Lost it 3 times but this app came in clutch and gps put me back on track

Jonah Muir

5 Completed5 Reviews

I liked and enjoyed this trail. We hiked this trail clockwise from trailhead. Nice and strenuous hike over some fairly large mountain's. Had a few bridges to cross which was kind of nice. Plan for this trail to take a bit longer. A few more breaks than usual. We saw a few camp site along trial which were very close maybe 10 or 15 feet. from trail not ideal. Also had a nice sitting area were low gap turns off of tecumseh... Otherwise nice trail. Just be prepared for a few hard climbs.

Derek Chastain

1 Completed1 Reviews

Love these woods!

Jonathan Boyd

11 Completed12 Reviews

We have hiked this trail many times and it never disappoints. Moderate difficulty, lots of wildlife and beautiful trees, and enough elevation change here and there to get the old heart rate going.

Joshua Messer

2 Completed2 Reviews

Fun day trip. Stop and made a fire for dinner. Met other couple on trail planning to camp that night in the thunderstorm.

Greg Ludlow

1 Completed1 Reviews

I did part of this and the Tecumseh Trail on July 23-24. 90+ degrees and a severe thunderstorm Friday night.