Hoosier National Forest, Indiana By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2018
- Hoosier National Forest, Indiana
Hoosier National Forest is a more than 200,000 acre tract of protected forest lands. Dotted with hiking trails and various points of interest, the forest is visited annually by thousands of people. Perhaps the most unique feature to the forest is the beautiful Hemlock Cliffs Hiking Trail, a trail which carries hikers along a guided path, drawing them near intricate sandstone cliffs, caves, outcroppings, waterfalls, and steep ravines. In this vintage poster, Anderson Design Group captured some of the aesthetic appeal of this unique forest. Order this classic travel poster art as a canvas banner, framed print, metal sign, or framed postcard. To learn more about the Hemlock Cliffs, visit the USDA Forest Service.