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Best Trails of Oklahoma

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. Oklahoma's Kiamichi Country: Ouachita National Forest, Beavers Bend State Park, Broken Bow Lake, Talimena Scenic Drive
The lush, southeastern corner of Oklahoma is nothing short of stunning. The Ouachita (pronounced WASH-ee-taw) Mountains, which rise and fall dramatically along the lower reaches of the Oklahoma-Arkans...
From the guidebook "Quick Escapes: Dallas/Fort Worth"
Hiking Trails
Broken Bow, OK - Weekend Trips


#2. Black Mesa - Oklahoma Highpoint
Highpoint rank by height: 23rd. Safety: Watch out for rattlesnakes. This trail is not recommended for young children. Water: There is NO water available after you leave the trailhead. Plan on carrying...
From the guidebook "Highpoint Adventures: The Complete Guide to the 50 State Highpoints"
Hiking Trails
Kenton, OK - Hiking - 8.4 miles


#3. Turkey Mountain Park Trails
Monstrous trails. That is the only thing I can think to say. This is a lot of hard riding, technical and dangerous. There are miles of trails on both sides of the power lines that bisect the property ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Tulsa, OK - Mountain Biking - 15 miles


#4. Lake Eufaula
Short Take: 102,000 acres; three major river tributaries, flooded timber, rocky shoreline, no vegetation. Many of the country’s large impoundments are often described as “two lakes in one,” meaning wa...
From the guidebook "America's Best Bass Fishing"
Hiking Trails
Eufaula, OK - Fishing


#5. Clear Bay Trail
People who are from around here will tell you that this is the best of the local trails. I would be a fool (or a worse fool than normal, anyway) if I found some way to disagree with them. When I rode ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Norman, OK - Mountain Biking - 8 miles


#6. NuDraper Mountain Bike Park
A jump-a-mile, fun-fun-fun trail, you can’t beat this place for sheer enjoyment. Gosh, these OEF folks are just monsters. They build some superb, sweet, smart single-track. As I heard it, a guy named ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Midwest City, OK - Mountain Biking - 12 miles


#7. Bluff Creek Trail
This is another place I chased the OEFers on their single-speed bikes. Again, I prefer gears, but riding with these people makes me sure I will build a single-speed bike one of these days. There’s no ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Oklahoma City, OK - Mountain Biking - 4 miles


#8. Old Military Trail
This is easily my favorite trail in the whole state of Oklahoma. But then, I’m weird. This is a hard ride, full of grunting output and hike-a-bike. When you have developed your mountain biking and sur...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Talihina, OK - Mountain Biking - 14 miles


#9. Talimena Scenic Drive: Mena to U.S. Highway 271, AR/OK
A 54-mile drive beginning at Mena, Arkansas, and winding along mountain ridges with spectacular views. Talimena Scenic Drive is perhaps the most impressively scenic of all the drives in both the Ozark...
From the guidebook "Scenic Driving the Ozarks"
Hiking Trails
Mena, AR - Scenic Drives - 54 miles


#10. Roman Nose State Park Trail
The local trail crew, Team Body Bag, will probably laugh at me for putting so much drama into this profile, but I think this place is hard. The climbs are not notable by Oklahoma standards, but it is ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Texas and Oklahoma"
Hiking Trails
Watonga, OK - Mountain Biking - 7 miles (About Top Trails)



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