Charon's Garden Trail

Charon's Garden TrailWichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
32 Refuge Headquarters
Indiahoma, OK 73552

Phone: 580-429-3222
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Located within the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Oklahoma is a hiker's dream - the Charon's Garden Trail.  This is considered an intermediate to expert-level trail, as it offers many challenges along its 2.4-mile-long path.  The Charon's Garden area of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge consists of a rocky, rugged landscape, with areas featuring huge granite boulders, scattered around on the granite surface.  This trail presents opportunities for boulder hopping and rock climbing as well as hiking. 

The Charon's Garden Trail begins at the Sunset ...

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  • Facility Amenities: Picnic Area, Restrooms

  • On-site Activities: Hiking, Rock Climbing/Rappelling

Hiking allowed during daylight hours only.

Trail is located in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, south of SH-49 and west of SH-115. (GPS: N 34 43.823 W 98 43.601)




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