Located in southwest Oklahoma, the Wichita Mountains are rocky promontories full of natural beauty and breathtaking views. These mountains are home to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge – 59,000 spectacular acres full of free-roaming wildlife. Mt. Scott, the second highest mountain in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, stands at 2,264 ft. above sea level. The highest point, Mt. Pinchot, is only 12 feet taller but lies within a Special Use Area and is not accessible to visitors. Take a look at these epic mountains and the beauty that surrounds the area:
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Have you ever visited these epic mountains? What is your favorite part about them?
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