Yes, trail lovers, the Sooner State has great hiking just a short drive from your location. Whether a weekend hiker, hardened backpacker, off-road cyclist, or just an outdoor scenery lover, you can choose from:
• 24 Southeast Oklahoma trails (Includes 7 hikes along the famed Ouachita Trail)
• 12 Northeast Oklahoma trails (An assortment of woodsy hikes usually near lakes)
• 9 Western Oklahoma trails (Includes state highpoint Black Mesa in the Panhandle)
• 15 urban trail systems (Urban multi-use routes for running, hiking, cycling and more)
• Black Mesa Summit Trail (Oklahoma's exotic 4,973-foot state highpoint)
These trails are all listed at this site and detailed in Oklahoma Hiking Trails. This new, 191-page book includes 76 color photos from the state's most scenic trails.
This guidebook provides information on dozens of good hiking trails from all across Oklahoma. Most of these trails can be found in the Oklahoma State Parks system and on federal lands, but numerous urban trail systems are in cities and towns across the state.
This field-friendly book provides:
• An easy-to-read format for quick field reference
• Trailhead descriptions with GPS readings to pinpoint your start
• Customized maps with details to keep you oriented along the way
• Trail descriptions to avoid unwanted detours from your route
"There are more trails in Oklahoma than I ever knew and I've spent 40 years hiking on various trails around the state."
"I've been waiting for a book like this for 30 years. After that much anticipation it would be difficult for anything to live up to my expectations. Amazingly I was *not* disappointed!"
"If you only get one book on Oklahoma trails, toss the regional books and get this state-wide book, it's put together better than most."