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If you like to hike, love nature, want to stay fit, want life long friendships, like to travel, love adventure, love history and want to be part of a club celebrating over 60 years of passion and the opportunity to hike more than 2,000 times a year with over 500 of your closest friends ....then the Indianapolis Hiking Club is for you!

Come take a closer look at what might be the best first day of the rest of your life. Learn more about us. Better yet, review our hike schedule and join us on any hike as a guest. Everyone 18 years or older is welcome, no invitation is necessary and there is no fee, but please no pets. We hope to see you soon!

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Tuesday May 4 Morgan Monroe SF Hike Moved to May 11
Because of the heavy threat of rain, Marthene Kohlmeyer has moved her Morgan Monroe State Forest hike from Tuesday, May 4 to Tuesday, May 11, same time. See write-up on May 11 for details and directions.

Marsha Hutchins Will Not be Leading in May
Because of health reasons, Marsha Hutchins will not be leading hikes in May. Accordingly the following May hikes she was scheduled to lead have been cancelled:
Saturday May 1, 15 & 29 at Fall Creek Trail at 10 am and May 8 & 22 at Fort Harrison SP at 10 am
Monday, May 10 at Crown Hill Cemetery at 9:30 AM and Monday, May 17 at Holliday Park at 9:30 am
All remaining scheduled Monday hikes in May that Marsha was scheduled to lead and the 3 mile Thursday hike at Eagle Creek Park will take place with Ed Wright leading. Hike write-up in the schedule for these hikes is still valid.

Glee Crowder Recognition Ceremony Photos Posted on the Website.
Photos of Glee Crowder's recognition ceremony for achieving 50,000 miles are now available on the photos page. The poem and song lyrics David Kincaid wrote for the occasion are posted on the Archives page.

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