Talimena State Park To Hells Hollow

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Talimena State Park

Talimena State Park To Hells Hollow is a 7.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Talihina, Oklahoma that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, bird watching, and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length7.8 miElevation gain990 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingHorseback ridingBird watchingForestWildlife
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Ron Stuits
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Hiking

Trail is great. It was a bit more of a challenge due to the snow still on the ground. I was a little disappointed that I saw almost no wildlife during the hike.

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g ward
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Hiking

Good trail! Lots of big rocks....maybe because it's shared with atvs...we burned some good calories and had a great day!

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Debby D
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Hiking

I’ve hiked numerous trails. Some incredibly rugged ones. This was the rockiest trail I have ever hiked. It took 4 hours out and back.

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Staci Derruisseaux
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Hiking
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Joe F
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Hiking

I hiked this as part of a loop with the Ouachita National Recreation Trail and FR 6010. Descending FR 6010, the Chocktaw National Trail (which makes up this route) crosses approximately 2.5 miles from the Ouachita Trail. The initial port of the CNT is not included in this route. However, if you make the loop I describe, note that the CNT splits into an ATV route and a hiker route shortly before this route starts. I made the mistake of looping back on myself up the ATV route instead of passing over a stream to continue on the CNT... The rest of the trail goes through bucolic scenery although there are no particularly good views. The trail gets more use from ATVs than hikers and consequently muddy and noisy.

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Bryan Burch
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HikingRocky

good trial, rocky, lot of water for filtering, follows CNT

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Teresa LaRue Kopenhiemer
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Hiking

This was a great hike. I do feel that the description needs to be modified though. I started the recording at the edge of the parking lot and the in and out was 8.8 miles. A large part of the trail is covered with loose rocks about the size of baseballs. Even though it was tougher than we expected, we had a great time. The streams we crossed were beautiful and the signs of wildlife was very cool. This is truly a beautiful Rea and am looking forward to more trails.

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Megan Lehr
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HikingRockyWashed out

This trail is longer than it says it’s closer to 8.5 miles. Pretty rocky. More for UTV and horseback riding.

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Megan Lehr
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Hiking
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It is longer than the 7.8 miles it says. We started too late to make it all the way in and back today. We will try again another day.

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David Scroggins
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Crystal Reeves
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Hiking
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Teresa LaRue Kopenhiemer
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Ryan Hetchler
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Jana Iglesia
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Horseback riding
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