Alabama Base and Elevation Maps
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||This Alabama base map highlights the location of the state capitol,
major cities throughout the state. Portions of Alabama's border states,
Florida, and Mississippi are
included to show the relationship between Alabama and its neighbors. A small inset positions Alabama among the
other 47 Continental United States.
|Alabama base map, Courtesy of Maps.com.
||This elevation map of Alabama illustrates the number of feet or meters the state rises
above sea level. As you can see, much of Alabama resides at, or less than 500 feet above, sea level. From sea
level, at the Gulf of Mexico, the land rises in the eastern and northern parts of the state.
With a mean elevation of only 500 feet above sea level, Alabama is one of the 10 "lowest"
states in the nation.
The highest point in the state is located in the
eastern part of the state.
Cheaha State Park,
Talladega National Forest,
is located in Cleburne County about 62 miles east of
It's peak reaches 2,407 feet above sea level.
[ Topographic map
| Arial photograph ]
|Alabama elevation map, Courtesy of Maps.com.
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