Hemlock Cliffs is a box canyon of special beauty in southern Indiana. A cool climate, sandstone rock formations, and seasonal waterfalls is responsible for the unique trees and plants that grow here. The area features sandstone rock outcrops, overhangs, cliffs, rock shelters, and ravines. Much of the sandstone is “Honeycombed” by weathering of iron ores. Springs, small caves, and subterranean drainage conduits are in the underlying Glen Dean Limestone.
Find out more at Hoosier National Forest – Hemlock Cliffs
We visited Hemlock Cliffs in the fall of 2014,
It was a wonderful short walk to get to the cliffs. You can read about our trip here. Hemlock Cliffs road trip