|Elevation||1,322 ft (403 m) |
|Listing||List of mountains of the United States|
|Topo map||USGS Center Grove|
Brindley Mountain (or "Brindlee Mountain", a spelling common in the surrounding areas) is an isolated portion of the Appalachian Plateau in northern Alabama. It occupies significant portions of Cullman, Morgan, and Marshall Counties and extends into Winston and Lawrence counties. The plateau is formed by a sandstone cap-rock overlying limestone.
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