Hoosier National Forest Hemlock Cliffs Indian Cave Poster
Hemlock Cliffs is a treasure trove of history within the Hoosier National Forest for its abundance of archeologically important sites that are open for the public to explore. The scenic 1.5 mile trail travels to Indian Cave and its adjoining waterfall Messmore Falls, which was once home to prehistoric Native Americans as far bas as 10,000 years ago. Traveling under hemlock groves spanning back to the last Ice Age, visitors get to experience a natural landscape that offers uniquely different points of interest during every season. With so many caverns, waterfalls, and side trails to explore along this easy scenic trail, Hemlock Cliffs has become a family favorite spot to spend a weekend afternoon admiring the beauty of Southern Indianas’ rolling landscape and prehistoric past.
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