Take A Majestic Winter Hike And Marvel At Frozen Lakes In Robbers Cave State Park In Oklahoma

Oklahoma is home to some pretty amazing hiking trails and mountains. One of the biggest challenges Oklahoman’s face when hiking in the summer is the heat. When winter hits, the hiking trails get a little quiet but there are actually some gorgeous winter hikes you should check out (and you don’t have to deal with the heat). One place, in particular,  Robbers Cave State Park has some great winter hiking trails that are majestic in the cold weather. Keep scrolling to learn more.

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In a place as diverse as The Sooner State, you’ll find yourself searching for easy hikes in Oklahoma. After all, as lovely as a twelve-mile trek sounds, not everyone has the time or dedication to follow through with such a journey. Natural Falls State Park is located in the Ozark Highlands, and it hides the best easy hike in Oklahoma. Natural Falls stands at 77 ft. high and is easily accessible by the Dripping Springs Trail – a looped trail that is just under a mile round trip. Take a short, easy hike to view this little piece of heaven tucked away in the foothills of Oklahoma. Click here to read more.

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