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Radius Search from Blue Angels Peak

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 1380Mexico-BCN  Baja California  45280.25SE33Radius Search
Whip BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  43180.48W318Radius Search
Tahe BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  41210.66E121Radius Search
Quirk BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  40310.74NNW111Radius Search
Gold BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  38660.86NE146Radius Search
Nopal BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  42800.96NW200Radius Search
Jacumba Wilderness High PointUSA-CA  Baja California  40381.04ENE238Radius Search
Peak 1410Mexico-BCN  Baja California  46261.05SSE Radius Search
Jade BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  35871.68WNW Radius Search
Peak 4004USA-CA  Baja California  40041.84E444Radius Search
Peak 3899USA-CA  Baja California  38991.86NE499Radius Search
Offset 232 BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  35723.16W452Radius Search
Squaw TitUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  38803.38NW40Radius Search
Little Slant PeakUSA-CA  Baja California  24183.46NE218Radius Search
Table MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  40893.5NW569Radius Search
Jack BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  21183.82ENE Radius Search
Slant PeakUSA-CA  Baja California  25344.01NE454Radius Search
Gray MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  37604.39WNW440Radius Search
Joe BenchmarkUSA-CA  Baja California  21404.56ENE Radius Search
Devil BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  25324.63N452Radius Search

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