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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
El Cerro de Las LunasUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  595520.58ESE645Radius Search
J A VolcanoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  594425.17NE104Radius Search
Black VolcanoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  598625.36NE146Radius Search
Vulcan VolcanoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  603325.77NE213Radius Search
Bond VolcanoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  589026.45NE110Radius Search
Butte VolcanoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  588326.79NE83Radius Search
Cerro OrtizUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  877630.23NW316Radius Search
Ladron PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  914333.22S383Radius Search
Ladrones BenchmarkUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  921033.26S3130Radius Search
Peak 10607USA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1060734.12NW347Radius Search
Mount TaylorUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1130134.92NW4094Radius Search
La Mosca LookoutUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1103634.96NW471Radius Search
Cerros de AlejandroUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  916638.1NNW616Radius Search
Mount WashingtonUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  771640.67E117Radius Search
Bosque PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  961041.36ESE1390Radius Search
Cebolla Wilderness High PointUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  834041.69W Radius Search
Mosca PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  950942.11E829Radius Search
South Sandia PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  978242.3ENE622Radius Search
Bernalillito MesaUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  621542.45NNE265Radius Search
Cebolleta PeakUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  876242.77WSW1212Radius Search


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