Here's The Most Scenic Drive You Can Possibly Take In Oklahoma This Winter
The Talimena National Scenic Byway is most popular during the fall season but during the winter this scenic drive turns into a winter wonderland. The scenic route is 54 miles long and winds you through the Ouachita National Forest in southeastern Oklahoma. Take a peek at the most scenic drive you can possibly take in Oklahoma this winter.
There's no better place to drive in Oklahoma than the Talimena National Scenic Byway. You'll not only encounter breathtaking scenery but you'll find many charming gateway towns on the route.
The breathtaking vistas become magical when they are blanketed with snow during winter.
The crisp, cool air is so refreshing.
The scenic drives takes you through the Winding Stair Mountains and Rich Mountain in the Ouachita National Forest.
The leisurely drive (without stops) takes a little over an hour to complete.
The drive is between the city limits of Talihina, Oklahoma and Mena, Arkansas.
There are no gas stations along the route so make sure your car has a full tank of gas before you begin the drive.
Make sure to stop at the turnouts and enjoy the panoramic views.
Talimena National Scenic Byway begins 8 miles north of Talihina, Oklahoma, at the intersection of Hwy 271 and Hwy 1. For more information and directions,
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