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Radius Search from Mount Bogong

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Spion KopjeAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  60276.74S253Radius Search
Mount Nelse NorthAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  61847.11SSE1656Radius Search
Mount Nelse WestAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  62117.95SSE Radius Search
Mount McKayAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  606610.41SSW554Radius Search
Mount Fainter SouthAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  617810.65SW863Radius Search
Mount CopeAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  607013.56S493Radius Search
Mount JimAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  596514.04SSW388Radius Search
FeathertopAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  630614.52SW1844Radius Search
Mount HothamAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  610919.44SSW794Radius Search
Mount JackAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  402226.26NW2119Radius Search
Johnnies TopAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  516729.4E1958Radius Search
Mount Buffalo-The HornAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  565330.03W2369Radius Search
Mount Big BenAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  381630.27NW2248Radius Search
Mount StanleyAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  348133.98NW2087Radius Search
Black Range High PointAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  392742.15W2129Radius Search
Mount HowittAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  571547.45SW1949Radius Search
Mount CobberasAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  593847.86ESE Radius Search
Mount BurrowaAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  423249.56NNE1935Radius Search
Mount Mitta MittaAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  329150.6NE2103Radius Search
Mount YoungalAustralia-NSW  South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range  497450.87ENE2415Radius Search

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