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Rocky cliffs challenge hikers in Osage Hills State Park near Pawhuska.
The Forty Foot Hole cascade in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma is a hiking hotspot.
Turner Falls in Davis offers visitors the opportunity to hike, camp, swim, wade and relax.
Turner Falls Park in Davis sports a 77-foot cascading waterfall.  It is a family hotspot with plenty of swimming holes and wading areas, hiking among the cliffs above the falls and camping.
Looking up at rock formations in Robbers Cave State Park.  The nature trails in the park offer easy hiking with big payoffs like this vantage point.
A scene from the Owl Cave hike at Alabaster Caverns State Park near Freedom.
The Beaver Creek Trail, located in Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, is just one of the park's many hiking, biking and nature trails.
Kids of all ages enjoy the challenge and adventure of boulder hopping, hiking and rock climbing at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton.
Primitive hiking is a popular activity at Osage Hills State Park near Pawhuska.
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is full of rugged, rocky terrain that is challenging for hikers of all ages and skill levels.
A hiking trail runs alongside Lost Creek in Beavers Bend State Park.
Nature and outdoors expert John Gifford hikes the trails at McGee Creek State Park in southeastern Oklahoma.
The Ouachita Mountains are characterized by rolling, rocky terrain and pine-covered hills. Visitors can hike the area at the Carnasaw Trail at McGee Creek State Park.
The hiking trails at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur pass through a forest thick with oak, maple, sweetgum and hickory.
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