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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Warm Springs CliffUSA-CO  Western Rocky Mountains  680011.13NW1080Radius Search
Zenobia PeakUSA-CO  Western Rocky Mountains  900513.66NNW2385Radius Search
Plug Hat MesaUSA-CO  Western Rocky Mountains  699414.38SW74Radius Search
Hardscrabble MountainUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  701518.12WNW975Radius Search
Cross MountainUSA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  780421.32ENE1664Radius Search
Yampa PlateauUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  773221.4W372Radius Search
Diamond MountainUSA-CO  Western Rocky Mountains  854223.33NNW1574Radius Search
Split MountainUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  764025.24W1960Radius Search
Hoy MountainUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  883125.54NW1711Radius Search
Godiva RimUSA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  724331.76ENE683Radius Search
Cathedral BluffsUSA-CO  Colorado Plateau  871035.78SSE470Radius Search
Diamond PeakUSA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  964036.67N2820Radius Search
Peak 6680USA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  668037.09ENE380Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  722838.38ENE648Radius Search
Little Juniper MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  666640.93E454Radius Search
Peak 6552USA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  655242.18E292Radius Search
Mount LenaUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  975542.26NW1439Radius Search
Pine MountainUSA-WY  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  955043.26NNW1273Radius Search
Peak 7080USA-CO  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  708046.66ENE460Radius Search
Richards MountainUSA-WY  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  872849.52NW931Radius Search

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