Overview Low Gap Trail in Morgan-Monroe State Forest is a 10 mile loop trail located near Martinsville, Indiana and is only recommended for very experienced outdoorsmen. The trail is primarily used for hiking & trail running and is accessible year-round. Reviews Photos Tracks Rod Lange (325) 18 days ago N/A: 13 Completed 12 Reviews We completed this trail in just 5 hours. It's very interesting and well marked. Helps to have a map. Don't forget the bug juice! Amanda Ferguson-Macy about 1 month ago N/A: 25 Completed 3 Reviews The first portion of the trail through the nature preserve was beautiful once we were off the gravel road. Several hilly climbs afterwards. We crossed the road into the backcountry and camped at a wonderful site. It was surrounded by pine trees. We passed several sites until we found this camp site. It was sad some of the camp sites had so much litter. The next morning we made several hilly climbs and then hiked on the gravel road for a good portion. After meeting back along the trail it ran along the forest road until we were back in the parking lot. Remember to take water because there were no places to filter. Greg Quagliara (36) 3 months ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews I love this trail, but it's not for the faint of heart. Sophie Huang (36) 3 months ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews good! Nolan Davis (52) 6 months ago N/A: 7 Completed 1 Reviews Great trail with some hills involved. There are some great established backcountry camping sites along the way also. Randy Koester (329) 9 months ago N/A: 9 Completed 8 Reviews The day was perfect for hiking. This trail is not bad. It has a few interesting formations and is beautiful and scenic. But the small parking area by the trailhead was jammed (probably because it was the first warm sunny weekend in a long while.) the trail starts as a sort of fire trail, and you have to watch carefully for the brown "hot wheels track-like" marker that reads Tecumseh Trail. Me and (from the boot prints) several others following the fire road and trees marked for timbering and than doubling back. I recommend DNR use some of that cut timber to make a couple clear signposts for this part of the trail. Other than that, the trail was marked very well. Terry Fletcher (45) 10 months ago N/A: 0 Completed 1 Reviews love this trail. not happy with the timbering that's going on. James Ong (238) about 1 year ago N/A: 3 Completed 3 Reviews This is a great trail. I have hiked it several times and camped in the backcountry section about 5 times. It is well marked. I recommend it to any one who wants to plan an overnight backpacking trip. My 12 year old went with me last winter and I think he had fun. Wear flame orange during hunting season. Tim Underhill about 1 year ago N/A: 10 Completed 1 Reviews Great trail to backpack. Next time I'd like to stay over in one of the back country campsites. Tom Beenken (56) over 1 year ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews The trail was very nice and well maintained. The gravel road was a real bummer to have to walk on. At one point there was a long section of large diameter gravel completely unsuitable for walking, biking, etc. After the long gravel walk at the beginning, more and larger gravel really made us angry. Other than that the creeks were dry which allowed for us to explore different areas. There were deer on the trail as well as chipmunks and squirrels. The lowlands in the first 3 miles of the trail were by far my favorite. Next time I will do the first 3 miles and go back. The uphill traveling in the last few miles of the trail was demanding for me. My legs are still sore after the weekend but you might do a little better than I did! Great trail! Bring bug spray because the gnats are horrific!