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Green Mountain's Sky Lake
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A great place to watch sunsets, Sky Lake lies atop Green Mountain, in Madison County Nature Trail Park. A beautiful place in the summer. Glorious when the fall colors set in. The park has a covered bridge and trails to walk.

http://madisoncountyal.gov/services/naturetrail.shtml

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Tags: lake; mountain; trails; picnic
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