Winter hiking in Beavers Bend is fantastic! Exploring the beautiful streams around Mountain Fork River while enjoying the peaceful landscape of the Kiamichi Mountains will warm your soul during these frosty days.

There are numerous hiking trails near the Broken Bow Lake area that will allow you to get plenty of exercise to fight off the added pounds Old Man Winter occasionally delivers.

A few of our favorites are the David L. Boren Hiking Trail, located near Mountain Vista luxury cabin in Beavers Bend. I also recommend going a couple of miles into Beavers Bend State Park and walking near the streams on the Beaver Creek Trail.

Remember to take a first-aid kit, water and something to eat such as a power bar. Use a location app on your smartphone while you are enjoying winter hiking in Beavers Bend. I always wear sunglasses or goggles to protect my eyes from tree limbs during my hiking adventures.

Winter Hiking In Beavers Bend

Winter hiking in Beavers Bend will allow you to see for miles through the Kiamichi Mountains due to the foliage being down during December-early March. There are numerous marked trails throughout the area  that are safe for your family to hike for miles while enjoying nature.

Winter Hiking In Beavers Bend

At the end of a long hike in Beavers Bend, grab a cold-one and bite to eat at the Grateful Head Pizza Oven & Taproom in Hochatown. This is a favorite stop for many of our guests at Mountain Vista cabin.

Visitors continue flock to Broken Bow, OK during the winter months. It’s frigid here today but there are usually numerous days in January and February when the weather is “perfect.”

Our 2015 calendar is beginning to fill quickly. We have a few Spring Break dates available and holidays are also beginning to be reserved. Our Winter special continues through February. Check-in Monday or Tuesday and receive a 20% discount. Stay three-nights and the fourth is free!

Contact us at 405-535-8055 or reserve online to enjoy Mountain Vista cabin this winter.