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Rabbit Hash Trail is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Elizabeth, Indiana that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and bird watching and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.3 mi Elevation gain 498 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Hiking

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Blowdown

Bugs

Muddy

Over grown

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Getting There

from new albany take hwy 111 past the casino to rosewood rd turn right go to rabbit hash rd turn left. youll see a small tiny itty bitty sign that says nature conservancy this is where you turn in to get to the parking which is set back off the road.

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James Douglas
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HikingBugsMuddy

I recommend this one ticks for sure but worth it

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Naomi Penner
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HikingBugs

Beautiful, quiet trail with great trail markings. However, full of ticks and spider webs! Wear tight clothes and check yourself afterwards.

Mike Rowan
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Hiking

We got absolutely covered in ticks! Make sure you check after finishing the trail

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Jason Cundiff
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Hiking

Ending is very unclear!!!

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Kendall Miller
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HikingMuddy

Towards the end of the trail after the creek crossing, all the signs were either missing or taken down. Made it very confusing to find the actual end of the trail!

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William Bowles
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HikingBugs

Fairly easy trail with a couple decent climbs. Trail appears to just end at the creek and difficult to climb down to if you want to. Didn’t see one person the whole time and the trail appears lightly used, but is well marked. Check for ticks when you’re done!

Heather S.
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secluded. creeks. signs of animals

Kirsten Sprecher
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Hiking

Nice secluded trail! A little battered from the ice storm but well marked.

James Darwin
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Lightly traveled so be alert for spider webs. nice trail for dogs.

Amie Lassiter
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Hiking

What a great hike. Of course it was all muddy and slippery but the kids and I truly did enjoy ourselves. The trail is marked really well especially since their is still snow on the ground.

Ryan Baker
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Fun hike. Muddy after the rain the day before but only in parts. A friendly stray cat joined us the entire walk starting from Lambs Ridge Rd. Less than 2 miles one way. Nobody else on the trail. Also nice scenic ride on Hwy 111 coming from New Albany (other than the power plant across the river). Overall a good 1.5 to 3 hour hike depending on your pace.

DJ Daniels
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Hiking

nice variety of settings until eventually dropping down into a creekbed

Adam Coalter
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Hiking

A nice quiet 2 mile out and back with parking at either end. The trail mostly follows old logging roads and is exceptionally peaceful and secluded. The trail head is off Rabbit Hash Road SE, and there is a small parking area at the Potter House off Lambs Ridge Road.

Tim Tolnay
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First to Review

great views

Stephanie Cundiff
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Reggie Lyell
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Elizabeth Miller
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Linda Stein
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Dennis DeWitt
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Charles McPhail
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Derek Metten
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