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Red Mountain Park

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Danny
Danny
December 12, 2019
Red Mountain Park is a 1,500-acre public urban park that encloses a 4.5-mile-long section of Red Mountain, a prominent ridge that passes through Birmingham, Alabama. The woodland park contains closed mines and other artifacts of the city's industrial history.
Lauren
Lauren
November 11, 2019
Pretty hiking trails with beautiful city views- just down the road!
Reagan
Reagan
October 29, 2019
Great tails for biking and hiking.
Ashley
Ashley
October 25, 2019
Great outdoor activities, hiking, biking and even archery but check their website for more information. 15 mins away from our door step
Laxmi
Laxmi
March 8, 2019
Great place for a hike. There's so much history here as you wind your way up and down the mountain. You will pass old mines and see the remains of the buildings when this was an active mining location and the company had an entire "village" in place on the mountain.

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“This location tells the history of Birmingham and how the city was created due to precious metals, rocks and Vulcan is known as the worlds largest cast iron statue over looking the panoramic views of downtown and the area. ”
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“The newest mall around town. Stores are located in a village like set up, with a sprawling parking lot in between. Mildly walkable, and a decent movie theater. Lots of stores, and a few fun places to eat (ShakeShack, Flip Burger, California Pizza Kitchen, Zoes).”
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“It's not the most re-assuring place. But the ticket price is hard to beat. $1.50/ticket, $3.50/ 3D ticket. It shows the movies right after they leave the main theaters.”
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“Ruffner Mountain is a historic area central to Birmingham’s iron-production heritage. The 1,000 acre nature preserve offers hiking & educational opportunities and relics of the mining era”
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Position
2011 Frankfurt Drive
Birmingham, Alabama 35211
Telefon+1 205-202-6043