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Radius Search from Black Butte

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Fivemile ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  40404.32SW120Radius Search
Garrison ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  38154.71E185Radius Search
Zimmerman ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  34244.74SE209Radius Search
Graham ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  42405.53SSW320Radius Search
Six Mile ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  45635.75SW343Radius Search
Fourmile ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  40406.28SSW200Radius Search
Little ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  41606.75SSW80Radius Search
Cache MountainUSA-OR  Cascade Range  55797.29W779Radius Search
Bluegrass ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  48807.44SW360Radius Search
Henkle ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  34098.63ESE219Radius Search
McKinney ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  34019.12SE231Radius Search
Akawa ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  46199.84NE1029Radius Search
Brandenburg ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  488810.37W128Radius Search
Black CraterUSA-OR  Cascade Range  725110.81SSW1411Radius Search
Trout Creek ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  554611.04S666Radius Search
Mount WashingtonUSA-OR  Cascade Range  779411.09WSW2554Radius Search
Abbot ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  432911.5NNW329Radius Search
Hayrick ButteUSA-OR  Cascade Range  552311.6W563Radius Search
Three Fingered JackUSA-OR  Cascade Range  784111.64WNW2481Radius Search
Hogg RockUSA-OR  Cascade Range  508011.84W200Radius Search

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