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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount DioneCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  84940.15S358Radius Search
Serratus MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  76152.13SE Radius Search
Zenith MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  65192.61NNE Radius Search
Ionia MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  70112.76SSE Radius Search
Alpha MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  75522.86ESE1220Radius Search
Mount PandareusCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  68862.94SSE Radius Search
The Red TuskCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  70443.19SSE Radius Search
Lydia MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  68903.39SSE Radius Search
Pelion MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  75853.42NNW Radius Search
Ossa MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  74183.54NNW Radius Search
Mount NiobeCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  66314.51SE1546Radius Search
Mount PelopsCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  66114.67SE312Radius Search
Iota MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  61124.92SE141Radius Search
Omega MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  62935.11SE716Radius Search
Mount SedgewickCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  68185.14S2619Radius Search
Sigurd PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  63626.34NNW2458Radius Search
Mount ThyestesCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  55686.67SE Radius Search
Mount RoderickCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  48497.56S400Radius Search
Cloudburst MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  61389NNE3441Radius Search
Mount Jimmy JimmyCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  72449.47NW3307Radius Search


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