We finally found a mountain in Oklahoma! Mount Scott is on the east side of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and offers beautiful views for miles from the top.
Our part of Oklahoma is so flat that we can see a mountain from our kitchen window that’s 20 miles away. After looking at it every day for over a year, I realized we’d only explored one of its trails. It was time to change that.
While the rest of the Internet has fully embraced fall, southwest Oklahoma can’t seem to make up its mind. Some days don’t get above 50°F and others we’re still seeing high 80’s. So when we found ourselves with a warm day, we headed straight for the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and checked out Kite trail!
One of the great advantages of moving west is a change of hiking scenery! My east coast self equates hikes with forests, rivers and mountain views. Here in Oklahoma it’s more cacti and rocks, but we’ve still managed to find some mountain views at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Elk Mountain trail.
An hour from Altus, Oklahoma sits the Wichita Mountains, which provide some proper hiking. So when Ben requested a hike, we piled in the car to Cache, home of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. These links contain affiliate links, which means I get a few cents (at no extra cost to you) if you book or buy… Read More A Snowy Hike in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge