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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount DorisAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  43960.77ENE275Radius Search
Paddys NutAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  45341.59NW269Radius Search
Mount ThetisAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  48621.84WNW935Radius Search
Mount Pelion EastAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  47932.01ENE1099Radius Search
Mount MassifAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  49672.89SSE669Radius Search
Mount AchillesAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  44722.98WNW568Radius Search
Perrins BluffAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  46593.38W1053Radius Search
Mount Pelion WestAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  51183.95NW1539Radius Search
Mount GeryonAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  49874.09SSE1903Radius Search
Cathedral MountainAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  45514.13ESE286Radius Search
Twin SpiresAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  46134.42E Radius Search
The AcropolisAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  48594.68SSE561Radius Search
Walled MountainAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  46954.8S988Radius Search
The ParthenonAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  41345.75S427Radius Search
The MinotaurAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  44296.77S295Radius Search
Mount GouldAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  48727.21S1165Radius Search
Mount ManfredAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  45349.48S Radius Search
Barn BluffAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  511511.62NNW2041Radius Search
Mount OlympusAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  482911.92SSE1942Radius Search
Benson PeakAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  448812.76NNW157Radius Search


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