There is one trek in Oklahoma that will take you where no other hike can take you – to the highest point in the state – atop Black Mesa in the northwestern Panhandle section of Oklahoma. The trail will take you 4,987 ft. above sea level and is surrounded by sweeping views of some of the most unusual topography in the state.

If you’re looking to take a hike to remember, head to northwest Oklahoma and venture up to the highest point in the state. Black Mesa State Park and Nature Preserve is located on County Rd. 325, Kenton, OK 73946.

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