Book Review: A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange

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Book Review: A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange

A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange

A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange


A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange is n enlightening look at Indiana’s longest footpath.

The Knobstone Trail is a 58 mile hike through 40,000 acres in Southern Indiana!

Book Review: A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange

It’s the perfect travel size–rounded corners make it easy to tote without ruining pages! That’s great foresight, considering that what is inside this book will certainly prove helpful along the Knobstone Trail.

More than just a history of the hiking trail (as interesting as that is), it’s a handy guide for those exploring the trail today. GPS information and elevation data are included to help users make informed choices.

Discover the animals and plants you are likely to meet along the way.

Hiking along the Knobstone Trail

Walking along the Knobstone Trail can take you back to the days when Indiana was 85% forest–just 200 years ago. Can you imagine it?

Mile by mile you will know where you stand. This book shares where horse paths intersect as well as camping and water information.

There’s advice to help keep hikers from accidentally damaging the trail, how to camp so you do not disturb others, and what to do if you see any illegal activity–such as horses or four-wheelers on hiking trails.

Outdoors in Indiana

With more than sixty photographs inside of this book, everyone in our home has flipped through it! Our boys particularly loved seeing the images of the Native American “sign trees.” They are now on the lookout for “sign trees” wherever we go!

Find or special order A Guide to the Knobstone Trail by Nathan D. Strange at an Indiana bookstore near you.

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