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3.91 miles

Elevation Gain

830 ft

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Deer Crossing Trail in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, is a popular hiking destination known for its unique natural features. The trail spans approximately 3.91 miles, offering a moderate level of difficulty suitable for most hikers. The path winds through a dense forest of pine and hardwood trees, providing ample shade for hikers during the warmer months. One of the trail's most notable features is its proximity to the Mountain Fork River. The river's clear waters can be seen from various points along the trail, and there are several spots where hikers can access the riverbank. The trail also boasts a variety of rock formations, adding an element of rugged beauty to the landscape. Hikers should be prepared for a few steep inclines and rocky sections along the trail. It's recommended to wear sturdy footwear and bring plenty of water. The trail is well-marked, but a map or GPS can be helpful for first-time visitors. Despite its challenges, Deer Crossing Trail offers a rewarding hike with diverse scenery and ample opportunities for wildlife viewing.
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