Alabama topographic map

Terrain, elevation and landscape map

Average elevation: 1007 Ft
Minimum elevation: Ft
Maximum elevation: 2405 Ft

Alabama is a beautiful state with a diverse topography. It has an average elevation of 307 meters (1,007 feet) and a minimum elevation of -2 meters (-6.5 feet), making it the 30th lowest state in the United States. The highest point in Alabama is Mount Cheaha, located on the Talladega Mountain Range near Delta in Clay County, at an elevation of 733 meters (2,405 feet). The most distinctive feature of Alabama’s topography is its unique coastline along the Gulf of Mexico. This coastline includes sandy beaches, rolling dunes, wetlands, bays, and estuaries.

Our site provides a comprehensive online topographic map of Alabama that displays elevations and other features across the state. On this map, you can find designations for height contours and other important attributes such as rivers and roads. This interactive map makes it easy to explore all the different topographical regions Alabama has to offer, from its high mountain peaks to its low-lying coastal areas. With our free online tool, you can discover more about this wonderful state’s terrain and appreciate its unique beauty even further.

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