“This doubletrack trail loops through Yellowwood State Forest.”
— Paul Arlinghaus
It is advisable to avoid during deer hunting season.
Miller Ridge is a combination of gravel forest road and doubletrack logging roads. It does have several steep sections, and the southern section has some Forest Service water bars.
This is an active forest and riders may encounter horse riders, loggers, hunters, Purdue Research students, and Forest Service personnel. This route is also used for handicap hunter access, so you may encounter hunters on atvs during hunting season. Ultimately, this trail will provide a hub for connectivity to the singletrack trails within Yellowwood State Forest and to connectors to Brown County State Park
and Hoosier National Forest.
The northern parking lot is referred to as the Upper Handicap Hunter Parking Lot and the lower parking lot is referred to as the Lower Handicap Parking Lot. The nearest facilities are pit toilets about two miles south of the trail at the Boat Ramp. This is backcountry riding, and riders should be prepared to be self-sufficient.