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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Abajo PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  113601.97N4550Radius Search
Jackson RidgeUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  111642.46NW444Radius Search
Twin PeaksUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  110123.75NNW1012Radius Search
Peak 11014USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  110144.78WNW1329Radius Search
Peak 10998USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  109985.08WNW1313Radius Search
Mount LinnaeusUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  109695.37W209Radius Search
Shay MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  99899.93NNW1629Radius Search
Cathedral ButteUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  794016.42NW860Radius Search
Cathedral Butte NorthwestUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  716017.9NW0Radius Search
Horse MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  930018.32WNW1660Radius Search
Cedar MesaUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  698719.66NW747Radius Search
Black Mesa ButteUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  602021.87SSW30Radius Search
South Six-Shooter PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  615423.82NNW634Radius Search
Bears Ears East PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  905825.27WSW798Radius Search
Antler Mesa Point 6417USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  641726.63NW377Radius Search
Dark Canyon Wilderness High PointUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  812028.09WSW Radius Search
White Canyon PointUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  663530.9WSW55Radius Search
Looking Glass RockUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  624032.13N160Radius Search
Chimney RockUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  548038.35NW0Radius Search
Lizard RockUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  580738.65NW327Radius Search


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