Mountains In Alabama

Mountains In Alabama

There are 821 named mountains in Alabama. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Cheaha Mountain.

Bald Rock Mountain

Cheaha Mountain

Cheaha Mountain, often called Mount Cheaha, is the highest natural point in Alabama. It is located a few miles northwest of the town of Delta, Alabama in Cheaha State Park.

Chicken Foot Mountain

Located in Lawrence County Alabama. Chicken Foot Mountain is one of the Summits in Lawrence County and can be found on the Caddo USGS topographic quad map. The GPS coordinates are 34.6106475 (latitude), -87.247519 (longitude) and the approximate elevation is 833 feet (254 meters) above sea level.

Flagpole Mountain

Flagpole Mountain is a physical feature (summit) in Cherokee County. Flagpole Mountain is one of the Summits in Talladega County, AL and can be found on the Sleeping Giant USGS topographic quad map. The GPS coordinates are 33.4114978 (latitude), -86.2074744 (longitude) and the approximate elevation is 1,532 feet (467 meters) above sea level.

34° 1′ 50” N, 85° 25′ 31” W
34.030492, -85.425362 (Dec Deg)
645369 E 3766655 N, Zone 16 (UTM)

Flagpole Mountain is a physical feature (summit) in Talladega County.

33.4114978
-86.2074744

Hawk Pride Mountain

Hawk Pride Mountain is a summit in Colbert County. With an elevation of 820 feet (250 m), is the 489th highest summit in the state of Alabama.

Hawk Pride Mountain takes its name from the local Pride family of settlers.

Coordinates: 34°40′44″N 87°48′39″W

Lookout Mountain

Monte Sano Mountain

Oak Mountain

Pope Mountain

Red Mountain

Sand Mountain

Talladega Mountains

Taylor Mountain

Elevation : 1,150′
AL Rank : 201
AL Prominence Rank : 91
County : Marshall County
Quad : Columbus City
Coords : 34.3966°N, 86.1985°W