Buzzard Roost Trail

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Buzzard Roost Trail
Buzzard Roost Outcropping.jpg
Sandstone outcrops like this are common at Buzzard Roost
Length 0.8 mi (1.3 km)
Location Union Township, Perry County, Indiana, USA
Designation Hoosier National Forest trail
Use Hiking
Hiking details
Trail difficulty Moderate to Strenuous
Sights Ohio River, stream and waterfall
Hazards Falling, Poison Ivy

The Buzzard Roost Trail is a hiking trail in Southern Indiana, north of the community of Magnet, Indiana. It is part of the Hoosier National Forest and is maintained by the USDA Forest Service.

The trail begins on a bluff overlooking the Ohio River. From there a steep trail ascends through a hardwood forest to a rocky stream that runs into the river with waterfalls and large sandstone outcrops. The trail is approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) long. The overlook area has primitive camping and picnic facilities.[1] it has multiple trails with many small caves.

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Coordinates: 38°07′14″N 86°27′57″W / 38.120445°N 86.465764°W / 38.120445; -86.465764