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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Twin PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  48430.68W323Radius Search
Junipero Serra PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  58627.77NNE4447Radius Search
Peak 5642USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  56427.93NNE222Radius Search
Bear MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  47719.95NE151Radius Search
Pinyon PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  526410.3NE1494Radius Search
Anderson PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  409912.08NW799Radius Search
Alder PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  374413.55SSE1024Radius Search
Black ButteUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  494115.05N581Radius Search
Silver PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  359016.04SSE610Radius Search
South Ventana ConeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  496517.26NNW1314Radius Search
Pine RidgeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  462117.73NNW61Radius Search
Mira ObservatoryUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  500017.94NNW80Radius Search
Salmon ConeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  44018.19SSE60Radius Search
Peak 4456USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  445618.3NNW216Radius Search
Chews RidgeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  504518.38NNW2085Radius Search
Mount MarsUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  267418.67SSE614Radius Search
Ventana ConeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  472718.98NNW647Radius Search
Peak 4387USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  438719.54NNW507Radius Search
Miller MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  434120.21NNW301Radius Search
Ventana Double ConeUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  485320.84NW993Radius Search


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