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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 5598USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  55980.94W438Radius Search
Mescal MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  50471.07SSE327Radius Search
Maroon MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  66661.44NNE506Radius Search
Bear Mountain-Middle PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  65062.11W346Radius Search
Doe MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  50672.4SSW421Radius Search
Lost MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  65832.95WNW463Radius Search
Peak 5589USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  55892.97ESE269Radius Search
The FinUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  59062.99ESE866Radius Search
Peak 5958USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  59583.05SE398Radius Search
The CockscombUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  50083.37S368Radius Search
Capitol ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  63553.45SE735Radius Search
Peak 6523USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  65233.67WNW683Radius Search
Lost Wilson MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  67623.88E322Radius Search
Loy ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  56804.96WNW640Radius Search
Kushmans ConeUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  46435.11SSW363Radius Search
Wilson MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  71225.49E1402Radius Search
Scheurman MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  48995.58S419Radius Search
East Pocket KnobUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  71965.75NE401Radius Search
Windmill MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  46515.97SSW271Radius Search
Robbers RoostUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  51106.86W70Radius Search


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