Lookout Mountain is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Broken Bow, Oklahoma that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.9 miElevation gain456 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestViews
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Chalon Roberts
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Hiking

Great trail. Very rocky. No signs to tell you trail ends though. Trail goes right into the 2nd half of Lookout Mountain Loop

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Whitney Lawrence
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Hiking

Markers were a little hard to find, but it was a fun trail. Definitely not heavily traveled.

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Jerri Bradshaw
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Hiking

The hike was just ok for me. Nice hills and well marked trail but the top lookout was not as “spectacular” as we were expecting. Passed several hikers coming back down and they were let down too. It is probably due to the time of year. The trees had no foliage yet so I would still recommend.

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Analicia Holguin
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HikingGreat!

Steep hike but the view is worth it

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Ryan Shrouder
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Renee Arnold
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Hiking

It rained today so it was quite slick on the steep part.

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Joshua Bonner
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It was a nice trail but I guess there’s new rules in the state park where you have to pay to park to hike the trail People left trash throughout trail but that’s not the trails fault haha

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Brent Morton
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we took off from South Park trail head in Beavers Bend then connected to Lookout Mtn trail. several rollers some slanted inclines especially on South Bend made it interesting at times. we came back on park road. round-trip around 4 miles

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Joey Rickman
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Taylor Martin
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HikingRocky

Weather was phenomenal with clear skies. Rather steep + rocky at times.

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Rosemary Ling
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Vernon Hatley
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Hiking

Very easy loop, but watch out at the splits, you can easily get off on the wrong trail.

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James Johnston
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Jim Thornhill
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We did a short almost half mile out and back on this trail. We are older and I am anything but graceful, and this trail became too unstable for us to feel comfortable. The younger and more agile among you would have no problem.

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Anne Janes
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Jessica McCrady
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Laura Lacy
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David Shauberger
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No real “Lookout” on the trail. Pretty steep at times. Lots of blow down to go over - a little tough at times with our dog.

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David Shauberger
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Hiking

Beautiful walk in the pines. Well maintained. Not much signage. You can take it as a loop or ( like we did) use it as a leg in a much larger loop into Beaver Creek/ Lookout Mountain / Forest Heritage trails

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Julie Nitzschke
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This was a really nice hike, but not easy! Quite a bit of elevation change on the back half and rocky in spots. Lookout has trees so there isn’t a stellar view, but still scenic. Use the map - there is one spot where it is easy to go the wrong way and that section of trail is very steep if you do.

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Josh Hennigan
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Walking

Nice challenging sections on Mt Lookout, could be marked better.

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Brice Gibbs
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The trailhead lies directly across the highway from the Deer Crossing trailhead. Lookout Mountain is the better of the two trails in my opinion, and it should be rated at moderate. Just because the trail is only 2 miles, that does not make the inclines any less steep. It's a very narrow trail as well. Expect storm debris.

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Brice Gibbs
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Sandro M.
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Hiking

Great trail and fantastic for a quick uphill jog with appropriate mountain jogging shoes. Also moderately trafficked.

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Madison Dorough
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Awesome trail, the view was worth it, but there were some super steep climbs. That was the only downside. Dogs LOVED it!

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Anna Young
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Good trail, gets your blood moving. Wear good shoes that grip rock, dirt on inclines, vegetation, and water. You'll have to hike through a stream about 17 minutes into your hike. Trail keeps going when you get to the end. Leisurely pace takes about an hour and twenty minutes there and back.

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