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    02-26-2009, 06:24 PM

I'll be really surprised if I get an answer to this but I gotta ask. Has anyone ever ridden the Sans Bois Mountain area of Oklahoma? We've ridden the Kiamichi's that are south of there. I wondered if the San's Bois are as rocky and rough as the Kiamichi's.
We are wanting to plan a trip for possibly next month and this is one of the choices. I've looked into the Robbers Cave state park in the area and it looks nice from what I can find on the net (which isn't much) If anyone has any better information I'd love to hear about it. Robbers Cave State Park and Lodge - Oklahoma Parks, Resorts & Golf
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    02-27-2009, 09:35 AM
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I hope this link works Maureen. This is not Wilburton OK... This is Poteau which is about 40 miles EAST of Wilburton. It is a very popular 4x4 destination... The link I gave you is of people 4 wheelin' but it give you a very good idea of the area.

I've only been there once and Korrie got sick, I was only there a couple hours before heading home, however my brother has gone a few different times and has said that the trails there are among the toughest in the country because of the mud/grass/rock combo.

I'll see what else I can dig up for you...especially since these aren't horse trails!

You might try shooting Brandon a PM, I know he's a proud Okie! He may know of the area personally.
    02-27-2009, 09:42 AM
TravelOK.com:* Oklahoma Trails

^^I found this which give a little overview of each park that offers trails.


General info on Robbers Cave ^^

March 28-April 5 Robbers Cave Work Weekends, Wilburton, OK. Oklahoma Equestrian Trail Riders Association, Member Meeting 5 p.m. March 28 OETRA designated Adopt-A-Trail. Jobs on foot or from saddle. Bring tools. Chm. Carolyn Sinclair Cell 918-429-3488; catbalou0012@yahoo.com, Asst. Chm. Harvey Sapp 918-371-8477.

^^ You may have wanted to know about this, I don't know if this falls in your travel time..figured you want to know though.
    02-27-2009, 11:34 AM
LocalHikes - Detailed Hike Information

Sorry for all the posts, but I found this too... We are going to be doing some serious camping this year and I'm really interested in Robber's cave... it looks awesome!!!
    02-27-2009, 08:09 PM
Thank you Amy that shopoklahoma.com was very helpful. It gave me the information I was looking for as far as whether horse shoes where recommended. It said they were a necessity It does look like a nice place doesn't it
I found a place in Eureka springs too (Amy visit?)
    02-27-2009, 08:34 PM
If you come to Eureka, I'm coming over to see you NO DOUBT!!!!!

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