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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Blue Jay PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  88400.6NE1680Radius Search
Clark PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  90063.29ESE246Radius Search
Merrill PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  92885.12ESE288Radius Search
Grand View PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  96405.68ESE360Radius Search
Webb PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  100306.96ESE510Radius Search
Hawk PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  106279.46ESE147Radius Search
Mount GrahamUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  1072010.03ESE6320Radius Search
Grant HillUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  947710.08ESE397Radius Search
Plain View PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  1037010.56ESE50Radius Search
Trap PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  810611.36E426Radius Search
Eagle RockUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  936012.44ESE0Radius Search
Heliograph PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  1002212.56ESE956Radius Search
Cottonwood MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  748113.38NW721Radius Search
Jackson MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  589013.49NNW1050Radius Search
Pinnacle RidgeUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  755014.4NW2470Radius Search
Ladybug PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  878015.05ESE285Radius Search
Peak 8210USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  821016.57ESE330Radius Search
Peak 6753USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  675316.87SE1153Radius Search
Paddy BenchmarkUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  740117.02SW401Radius Search
Kennedy PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  754917.11WSW949Radius Search


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