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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Basket DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  76121.32S212Radius Search
Mount WatkinsUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  85001.84E260Radius Search
North DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  75421.84SSW142Radius Search
Ahwiyah PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  71402.35SSE340Radius Search
Washington ColumnUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  59472.41SSW27Radius Search
Half DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  88402.72SSE1360Radius Search
West Quarter DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  81602.81SE40Radius Search
East Quarter DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  83182.84ESE118Radius Search
Lost Arrow SpireUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  69302.93SW Radius Search
Mount BroderickUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  67063.51SSE466Radius Search
Clouds RestUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  99263.55ESE806Radius Search
Grizzly PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  62223.64S182Radius Search
Columbia Rock BenchmarkUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  50313.76SW Radius Search
Glacier PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  72143.8SSW0Radius Search
Liberty CapUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  70763.88SSE996Radius Search
Olmsted PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  84184.09ENE18Radius Search
Eagle PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  77794.29SW379Radius Search
Moraine DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  80054.33SE197Radius Search
Sentinel RockUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  70004.4SSW160Radius Search
Sentinel DomeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  81224.49SSW322Radius Search


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