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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Strathfinella HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  13585.69S790Radius Search
Cairn-mon-earnUK-Scotland  Great Britain  12405.91ENE492Radius Search
Mount BattockUK-Scotland  Great Britain  25529.37WSW938Radius Search
Hill of FareUK-Scotland  Great Britain  15459.48N712Radius Search
Hill of GarvockUK-Scotland  Great Britain  90911.77S719Radius Search
Hill of WirrenUK-Scotland  Great Britain  222413.85SW1020Radius Search
BenaquhallieUK-Scotland  Great Britain  162114.1NNW676Radius Search
CraiglichUK-Scotland  Great Britain  156214.9NW542Radius Search
Brimmond HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  87316.53NE522Radius Search
Mount KeenUK-Scotland  Great Britain  308117.88W1024Radius Search
Cairn WilliamUK-Scotland  Great Britain  147018.16N837Radius Search
PressendyeUK-Scotland  Great Britain  203118.34NW833Radius Search
Millstone HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  134220.16N502Radius Search
Hunt HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  231320.2WSW594Radius Search
CraigendarrochUK-Scotland  Great Britain  131921.26WNW515Radius Search
Coiliochbhar HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  174921.37NW673Radius Search
Bennachie-Oxen CraigUK-Scotland  Great Britain  173621.68N1031Radius Search
Ben TirranUK-Scotland  Great Britain  294021.71WSW801Radius Search
MorvenUK-Scotland  Great Britain  285822.25WNW1267Radius Search
Lord Arthur's HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  169922.87NNW869Radius Search


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