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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Granite MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  66001.3N400Radius Search
Rabbit PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  53071.59W227Radius Search
Iron MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  50401.64SW320Radius Search
Monte Cristo PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  42752.14WSW115Radius Search
Great Basin-Santa Clara-Los Angeles Triple DivideUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  67602.55NNE Radius Search
Mount HillyerUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  62002.75E320Radius Search
Pacifico MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  71242.78NE1563Radius Search
Peak 5840USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  58403.71N360Radius Search
Peak 5560USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  55604.03ESE240Radius Search
Peak 6000USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  60004.07WNW520Radius Search
Peak 6168USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  61684.12ENE348Radius Search
Peak 5146USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  51464.12W346Radius Search
Peak 5881USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  58814.23N441Radius Search
Vetter MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  59084.44SSE708Radius Search
Peak 6103USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  61034.66ENE263Radius Search
Mount MooneyUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  58404.73SE480Radius Search
Cole PointUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  56044.76N364Radius Search
Thorn BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  54995.05S Radius Search
Peak 5120USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  51205.1NNE320Radius Search
Peak 4408USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  44085.17WSW368Radius Search


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