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Photo by Jon Anderson

Couples stepped off the 80-foot-tall zipline tower and went 1,000 feet side by side through the night sky. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon

Although Red Mountain’s mines have long been closed — the last active ore mine closed in 1962 — the site still plays a pivotal role in Birmingham’s story today. Read more

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Sydney Cromwell

The ribbon cutting was held on June 27. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Tomiko Franklin.

Couples seeking an exciting way to celebrate Valentine’s Day should perhaps look no further than the sixth annual Lover’s Leap at Red Mountain Park. Read more

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Erica Techo

The race included a 1-mile fun run as well as 5K, 10K and 20K options. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Pets and their owners will start to see a few changes at Red Mountain Park’s dog park in the next few months. Read more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

While the race raised money for the Foundation, event organizer Lisa Bright said she also hopes it also raised awareness for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Joan Baucom/ARCS.

The third annual Mindbender 5K will move to Red Mountain Park this year, but it will continue to benefit Alzheimer’s research. Read more

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Resolution Run

Courtesy of Red Mountain Park

The Restoration Run, now in its third year, benefits the Will Bright Foundation, which supports people in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction as they take steps toward a normal life. Read more

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Birmingham’s trails are begging for you to finish out the year in the outdoors, according to Monica Romano of Red Mountain Park. Read more

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Hall-Kent Elementary School staff and their families came together on a Saturday to hike just under four miles at Red Mountain. Read more

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Check out Tuesday Night Trails, an ongoing series of group trail runs at Red Mountain Park on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. The free runs have a 5:30 p.m. sign in. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Vulcan Park and Museum.

The event will be held at Vulcan Park and Museum on Sunday, June 5, from noon to 4 p.m. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Steve Lloyd.

Homewood resident John Glover received his Eagle Scout rank after completing a project for Red Mountain Park. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Emily Wright.

For those looking to exercise more in 2016, Homewood will be hosting two January races. The first is Resolution Run at Red Mountain Park. The fifth annual run will be on Jan. 2. Read more

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Photo by Frank Couch.

Red Mountain Park has a new group of residents — back permanently following a temporary stay. A herd of 150 Kiko goats now call the park home, nestled among RMP’s 1,500 acres. Read more

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Red Mountain Park is now offering segway tours. Learn more about the experience. Read more

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Photo by Madoline Markham.

You don’t simply jump on a Segway and go, I learned at Red Mountain Park as they let me try out their new Schaeffer Seg Tours that open July 2. You first have to figure out how to put pressure on the front of your feet to move forward. Read more

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Find the right volunteer opportunity. Read more

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You can kick off your New Year’s resolution a few days early with the fourth annual Resolution Run Saturday, Dec. 27 at Red Mountain Park. Read more

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Scott Shrader of Fort Payne, Alabama, and Jennifer Wood of Hoover, Alabama, put on their harnesses at the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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    Byron Wlliams, an adventure guide at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, helps Breanna Newton of Montgomery, Alabama, put on her harness at the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    John Thomas and Breanna Newton of Montgomery, Alabama, get ready to tackle the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Jack and Traci Izor of Hoover, Alabama, get ready to tackle the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Jack and Traci Izor of Hoover, Alabama, climb an 80-foot-tall tower at the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Scott and Sherri Hill of Vestavia Hills, Alabama, climb an 80-foot-tall tower at the Lover's Leap nighttime zipline adventure at Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.

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