Browning MountainContact Info
Browning Mountain, or “Indiana’s Stonehenge,” is a one of Brown County’s best kept secrets! Hike through the deep woods to find a circle of sandstone slabs, a pond, a well, and an old building foundation. Keep your eyes peeled and see if you can uncover more! This short hike is a 928-foot climb to the top but should only take about 15 – 25 minutes depending on your skill level. Get out, explore, and enjoy!
How to get there:
Take State Road 135 South;
Turn right at Stone Head;
Once you reach Story Inn, continue straight onto Elkinsville Road;
Go left on Combs Road;
Pass by a house with split-rail fence;
*The trailhead is there, though hard to find. Pull off the road and find a place to park, just be careful not to park on private property.