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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Marne PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  21061.07WSW498Radius Search
Ogidaki MountainCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  21825.75ENE932Radius Search
Griffin Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  215215.49WNW807Radius Search
Batchawana MountainCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  205416.35WNW394Radius Search
Witchdoctor Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  211317.04ENE532Radius Search
Alvin Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  211621.16NNW771Radius Search
Peak 637Canada-ON  Canadian Shield  209021.38NNW187Radius Search
Peak 634Canada-ON  Canadian Shield  208021.7NNW177Radius Search
Seal Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  211921.8E679Radius Search
Spider Lakes PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  209622.67WNW967Radius Search
Gong Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  210623.29ENE482Radius Search
Peak 639Canada-ON  Canadian Shield  209624.02ENE347Radius Search
Sugar Island High PointUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  89131.61S310Radius Search
Mount WawasaCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  101736.93SSE98Radius Search
Kwagama HillCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  210637.97NW991Radius Search
Peak 621Canada-ON  Canadian Shield  203743.39NE Radius Search
Mission HillUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  102043.65SW60Radius Search
Blackspruce Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  214646.38NNW735Radius Search
Nailhead Lake PeakCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  208047.53NNW505Radius Search
Parch Creek Peak WestCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  208347.85NNW236Radius Search

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