In verdant spring or the coolest days of fall, past City Hall or around Lake Lemon, Bloomington’s 200 miles of trails put you in the center of rolling hills and fresh air. Grab a map and take yourself on a tour, or contact one of the nature experts listed below for an in-depth exploration of some of southern Indiana’s most remarkable natural beauty. The Hoosier National Forest offers some of the deepest hikes in the area, and you’ll find many other hiking trails of all levels listed below. For an urban walk, run, or bike, take a stroll downtown on the B-Line Trail, a linear park that runs through town and connects to the Rail Trail on the south side if you crave a longer trek.
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Bikes & Beer: Cycling Tips Around Bloomington
Bloomington sits in the middle of limestone country, whose ravines, fissures, underground springs, and caves make the land quite hilly -- perfect for...
In verdant spring or the coolest days of fall, past City Hall or around Lake Lemon, Bloomington’s 200 miles of trails put you in the center of rolling...
The Great Outdoors
Home to the state's largest inland lake, the only National Forest, two annual cycling races, and a variety of beloved city and county parks