Kite Trail is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Indiahoma, Oklahoma that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Easy hike with beautiful views, especially after it rains and there is a lot of water flowing.
Fairly easy hike. Rocky path near falls. Granite down around falls can be slippery. Not much water flowing at the time of our hike, but still pretty. Would be prettier after some local rain.
Very pretty trial, started at the bottom and worked out way up to meet with the Bison trail. 40 foot hole in the middle is the highlight. But there were also tons of bison at the end near the dam.
Very first time hiking and had a wonderful time!!!
A nice scenic trail. And easy!
Fun, easy trail. As you near 40 foot hole there are plenty of opportunities to lose the trail - since there are a lot of side trail/branches. However, all of these lead back to the main, or down to the water. Ended up spending 90 minutes exploring the water with The Kid and discovering a few boulders that could be fallen Titans. Worked our way down the creek/falls until forced to swim or scramble back up. (We went up.) We had to build our obligatory cairn along the way.
Very nice scenic trail. The Kite Trail itself is easy, but the crossing game trails and allure of the canyon views make it easy to get off-trail. It's easy enough to bee-line upward to get back on-trail. A canyon to one side and entry road (far) to the other will eventually get you from one end to the other if you get totally lost. The faux-trails along the canyon can be challenging for those just out for a stroll, but well worth it for the view. Sturdy hiking boots with ankle-support recommended.
Very nice hike, lots of scenery.
We love this short trail. We took our two babies with us & it was pretty easy. Great views.
Loved this trail!! Beautiful scenery. Very rocky trail. Cactus.
I love this trail. I go on it often since I live In the area. It runs right by the forty foot hole which is a well known local favorite. I would not take small children on this trail but older children will love it. As others have said it is a great work out but does not loop so be prepared to take the road back or turn around and hike back.
Ok maybe hard isn't quite the right word....tiring may be a better fit.