Alabama October 07, 2017
The 7 Most Charming Mountain Towns In Alabama To Visit This Fall
Alabama is always a beautiful place, but during the fall season, it truly stands out. One of the best ways to experience Alabama’s natural scenic beauty is to visit one of the state’s most charming mountain towns. While visiting these towns, you’ll have a chance to experience the most incredible mountaintop views. Listed below are seven mountain towns in Alabama that you should most certainly add to your fall bucket list.
The town of Mentone is a small mountaintop village that's located atop Lookout Mountain. From its scenic mountain views to its beautiful waterfalls, Mentone is the perfect getaway destination.
2. Fort Payne
Fort Payne, which is the county seat of DeKalb County, is located along Lookout Mountain Parkway. Situated near Fort Payne is the Little River Canyon National Preserve, which is one of the area's top outdoor attractions.
Birmingham is Alabama's most-populated city, and it has a little something for everyone. One of "The Magic City's" best nature spots is Ruffner Mountain, which offers the most incredible views.
Delta is home to Cheaha State Park, which is located atop Cheaha Mountain - Alabama's highest natural point. From hiking and biking, to camping and swimming, Cheaha State Park is the perfect place to spend a fall day.
Huntsville, which is also known as "The Rocket City," is home to Monte Sano State Park. Monte Sano State Park is located atop Monte Sano Mountain. From breathtaking views to wonderful trails, Monte Sano Mountain is the perfect spot for a fall hike.
Pelham is located at the foothills of Oak Mountain in Shelby County. This charming town is also home to Oak Mountain State Park, which is Alabama's largest state park. Pelham is the perfect destination for anyone who loves the outdoors.
Oneonta is located near Red Mountain, Sand Mountain and Straight Mountain in Blount County. It's also home to the annual Covered Bridge Festival, which will take place October 28, 2017.
Have you visited any of these mountain towns? If so, share your thoughts with us!
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