This Extraordinary Hike In Oklahoma Will Take You To The Site Of An Old Plane Crash

In 1968 a small plane carrying two passengers en route to Las Vegas crashed in the Wichita Mountains in southern Oklahoma. Vistors to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge can hike to the site and still see debris left behind from the crash. Take a look at this extraordinary hike:

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Want to see what the hike will look like in real life? Watch the video below:

Did you know about this hike in the Wichita Mountains? If so, have you taken the hike and seen the debris from the plane crash? If you have any photos you would like to share, please post them in the comments section. There are several wonderful hikes in the Wichita Mountains. Click here to see another trail in the area that is one of the most beautiful in the whole state.