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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pine PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  77101.57SW725Radius Search
Davis Peak 7040USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  70404.14WNW400Radius Search
Mount LockeUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  67604.17E560Radius Search
Richman MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  76404.44WSW329Radius Search
McDaniel MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  72354.88WNW635Radius Search
Baldy PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  83785.34WSW3918Radius Search
Peak 7320USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  73205.35W240Radius Search
Whitetail MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  74855.42W485Radius Search
Pine MesaUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  74005.58SW80Radius Search
Peak 7120USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  71205.61SSW280Radius Search
Paradise MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  77205.75SSW400Radius Search
Peak 8040USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  80405.85WSW360Radius Search
Peak 7418USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  74186.71SSW298Radius Search
Brooks MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  77807.25WSW620Radius Search
Black MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  75447.57ENE1384Radius Search
Peak 7095USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  70957.73WNW375Radius Search
Sawtooth MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  76868.17W1406Radius Search
Blue MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  72868.23SSE1526Radius Search
Brown MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  69838.29SSW463Radius Search
Bear MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  72569.49W1016Radius Search

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