Blue Mountain 6009 - Blue Mountain Tower 7354

Total Miles


581.11 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Fall, Summer, Winter

Trail Overview

Explore the rugged beauty of the Ouachita National Forest with this captivating trail starting from the east side at County Road D4685 near Zoe, Oklahoma. This diverse trail offers a mixed level of challenges, weaving through lush forests, crossing numerous wet-weather creeks, and showcasing a rich variety of flora and fauna. You can expect encounters with local wildlife and enjoy the serenity of untouched nature. Ideal for adventurers seeking a dynamic outdoor experience, this trail is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts looking to immerse themselves in the scenic landscapes of the Ouachitas.

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Blue Mountain 6009 - Blue Mountain Tower 7354
Blue Mountain 6009 - Blue Mountain Tower 7354
Blue Mountain 6009 - Blue Mountain Tower 7354


This trail offers a diverse terrain ideal for high-clearance 4x4s, side-by-sides, and ATVs. The path varies from gravel to dirt, which can become muddy in wet weather, and features sections with small to large rocks. The final eighth of a mile, merging with the Blue Mountain Tower trail, is particularly challenging, demanding careful navigation. While the trail is suitable for most off-road vehicles, some sections may be too difficult for dirt bikes and full-sized SUVs. Drivers should be prepared for a dynamic off-road experience requiring proper equipment and caution, especially in the rugged final stretch.

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Access Description

From the east, take Highway 59 to West Kelly A45. Head west to the dead end at County Road D4685 and turn south. The trail will start in about half a mile.

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