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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Wolf RocksUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  38800.75S0Radius Search
Rocky MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  40721.48SW2272Radius Search
Porters RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  36801.67ENE160Radius Search
Spy RockUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  38802.57ENE40Radius Search
The CardinalUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  36902.58SSE498Radius Search
Maintop MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  40402.65ENE560Radius Search
Tar Jacket RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  38403.38SSW320Radius Search
Dismal MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  28163.56SSE241Radius Search
Boston KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  25603.61W277Radius Search
Pompey MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  40324.05S272Radius Search
The FriarUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  33574.35SE937Radius Search
McClung MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  27984.7NW278Radius Search
Adams PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  29764.71NW456Radius Search
Peak 3480USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  34804.79N500Radius Search
Cole MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  40004.79SSW520Radius Search
Mount PleasantUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  40404.96S800Radius Search
Little FriarUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  29304.99SE481Radius Search
Pinnacle RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  37075.1ENE147Radius Search
Little PriestUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  37335.11E413Radius Search
South MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  28005.48WNW260Radius Search


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