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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Shaefers PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  94141.64W629Radius Search
Urraca MesaUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  85912.44SSE671Radius Search
Black MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  108754.08W675Radius Search
Trail PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  102504.32SW810Radius Search
Bear MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  106624.94WNW639Radius Search
Rayado PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  97905.52SSW390Radius Search
Lookout PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  99235.97SW523Radius Search
Bonita PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  106006.06W40Radius Search
Cimarroncito PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  104706.24NW390Radius Search
South Red Hills PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  109056.81W206Radius Search
Big RedUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  110006.96W400Radius Search
Comanche PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  112947.85WNW94Radius Search
Mount PhillipsUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  117418.66WNW2901Radius Search
Apache PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  98679.13WSW187Radius Search
Indian HeadUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  75459.34NE25Radius Search
Tolby PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  115279.73WNW447Radius Search
Garcia PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  109209.84W580Radius Search
Skyline PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  850211.09NNW102Radius Search
Hart PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  797812.45N138Radius Search
Peak 10274USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  1027412.48W454Radius Search


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