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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Gregorys MonumentUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139110.42NNW66Radius Search
Caltech PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138320.53S512Radius Search
Mount StanfordUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139730.55NNW981Radius Search
Forester Pass WestUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137200.74E269Radius Search
Mount EricssonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135831.25W919Radius Search
Ericsson CragsUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131231.42W262Radius Search
Ericsson Crags-Crag 2USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130581.44WNW197Radius Search
Junction PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138881.48ESE765Radius Search
Diamond MesaUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131891.52SE33Radius Search
Deerhorn MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132811.53NW617Radius Search
Mount TorchbearerUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130351.58S108Radius Search
Junction Peak-Southeast PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135171.8ESE131Radius Search
Mount SeniorUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  124022.16SSW197Radius Search
Center PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  127302.38NE427Radius Search
Mount GenevraUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130542.52WSW456Radius Search
Mount KeithUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139762.71E1903Radius Search
Peak 3728USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  122312.99SSW158Radius Search
West VidetteUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  125333NNW230Radius Search
East VidetteUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  123563.3N250Radius Search
Mount JordanUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133433.36WSW613Radius Search


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