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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 10149USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  101492.8WNW389Radius Search
Peak 8930USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  89303.09NNE290Radius Search
Peak 9835USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  98353.53ENE605Radius Search
Peak 8635USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  86353.86N315Radius Search
Peak 10367USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  103675ESE287Radius Search
Dump MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  91805.38SE60Radius Search
Rough MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  111385.69ESE538Radius Search
Peak 8174USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  81745.88NNW294Radius Search
Peak 8256USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  82566.46NNW357Radius Search
Mount MestasUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  115696.95ESE2209Radius Search
Peak 9128USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  91287.25NW328Radius Search
Peak 9358USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  93587.76SE580Radius Search
Silver MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  105228.4E1242Radius Search
Huerfano PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1382810.94WSW668Radius Search
Mount LindseyUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1404211.12WSW1522Radius Search
Peak 9044USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  904411.19SSW324Radius Search
Huerfana PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1355511.21W275Radius Search
Iron NippleUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1348011.44WSW160Radius Search
Gardner ButteUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  733011.59NNE300Radius Search
Carbonate MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1230813.07WNW148Radius Search

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