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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Puu KukuiUSA-HI  Hawaii  578819.32ENE5668Radius Search
KamakouUSA-HI  Hawaii  496120.25N4961Radius Search
KaunuohuaUSA-HI  Hawaii  452820.81N66Radius Search
Iao NeedleUSA-HI  Hawaii  225021.42ENE170Radius Search
Puu AliiUSA-HI  Hawaii  419921.81N0Radius Search
OlokuiUSA-HI  Hawaii  460622.09N1916Radius Search
LanililiUSA-HI  Hawaii  256322.79ENE283Radius Search
Puu KoaeUSA-HI  Hawaii  63624.86ENE356Radius Search
Puu MoaulaikiUSA-HI  Hawaii  143425.16SE122Radius Search
Okala Island High PointUSA-HI  Hawaii  39425.19N394Radius Search
Mokapu Island High PointUSA-HI  Hawaii  32825.73N328Radius Search
Lua MakikaUSA-HI  Hawaii  148326.06SE1483Radius Search
Phallic RockUSA-HI  Hawaii  157526.46NNW0Radius Search
Kauhako CraterUSA-HI  Hawaii  39426.6NNW66Radius Search
Molokini High PointUSA-HI  Hawaii  16427.34ESE164Radius Search
Puu NanaUSA-HI  Hawaii  134529.17NW33Radius Search
Mauna LoaUSA-HI  Hawaii  141129.37NW984Radius Search
Puu OlaiUSA-HI  Hawaii  36030.02ESE320Radius Search
Puu NeneUSA-HI  Hawaii  18031.42E60Radius Search
KolekoleUSA-HI  Hawaii  1001240.57E92Radius Search


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