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Scenic Lookout - Monte Sano State Park
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A nice observation lookout of the scenic mountains of the Tennessee Valley.  Also a great place to have a cookout!  Miles upon miles of hiking trails of all difficulty levels lie just to the East and West of this image.  This lookout is at the edge of the playground/cookout area and the very end of the Blue trail (the easiest of all the trails in the park).

Copyright: Michael hazelwood
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Uppladdad: 10/10/2012
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Tags: alabama; monte sano; state park; mountains; nature; monte sano mountain
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