Hemlock Cliffs National Scenic Trail is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near English, Indiana that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This short loop drops into a slot canyon surrounded by large stands of hemlock and oak forests. Half way through you walk under a massive rock house and on your way back out pass by a nice waterfall.
Awesome rock outcroppings. A must see Indiana treasure.
Perfect trail to take our energetic dog on! Very beautiful and well kept
Beautiful -short hike! love to see them cut more trails through the area it's such a beautiful area.
Beautiful interactive trail! Loved climbing up into the rocks and walking along the creek.
Awsome a good no hurry trail. Best to go in the winter.
lots of car break-ins, beware
short trail but lots to see
seen a few people hiking who were friendly. trails were nice and the area was beautiful.
You know those trails you overlook cause there short and you think "I'd rather do something with distance" this is not that trail to say that! It Unloads beautiful rock formations from the get go and doesn't stop! There are a few camp sites that look like repellers may use. All in all, a fantastic 1.2mi!!
A quick jaunt from I-64, this trail packs in a lot to see and explore in a quick loop. Trail is very well marked and maintained; signage along the road will help you find your way to the trailhead.
sweet short trail, pretty get away but growing in popularity.
Check this out!!