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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Little Grass MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  13063.1NNE326Radius Search
Cedar MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  13203.32NE280Radius Search
Stumbeaugh MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  9903.33WSW230Radius Search
Dug HillUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  6803.55SW0Radius Search
Arnett MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  12543.61NNW74Radius Search
Little Cedar MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  12454.09NE145Radius Search
Copper MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  11804.41NNE180Radius Search
Marlow MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  13804.52NNW60Radius Search
Clemons MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  10424.64E142Radius Search
Whitaker HillUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  8604.73SSW100Radius Search
Black MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  15025.41NW382Radius Search
Little Matthews MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  13305.98NNE130Radius Search
Matthews MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  14206.15NE540Radius Search
Trackler MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  14007.36NNW440Radius Search
Little Burns MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  10887.75ENE68Radius Search
Burns MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  12158.36ENE235Radius Search
Graves MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  10208.89SSW400Radius Search
Hickman MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  9409.94WSW40Radius Search
Crowley HillUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  90010.95SSW280Radius Search
Cottoner MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  123811.92ENE338Radius Search


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