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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Saint James Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  3013.47E8Radius Search
Ascension Parish High PointUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  3019.87N28Radius Search
Iberville Parish High PointUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  4019.98NNW13Radius Search
Lafourche Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  2021.34SE3Radius Search
Saint John the Baptist Parish High PointUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  2524.69E8Radius Search
Terrebonne Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  1330.92SE1Radius Search
Saint Charles Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  2036.16E Radius Search
Saint Mary Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  9744.24WSW Radius Search
West Baton Rouge Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  4544.39NNW8Radius Search
Livingston Parish High PointUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  11046.05NNE3Radius Search
Weeks IslandUSA-LA  Great Plains  17147.18WSW169Radius Search
East Baton Rouge Parish High PointUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  14047.34N8Radius Search
Saint Martin Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  4048.67W18Radius Search
Saint Francisville BenchmarkUSA-LA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  18155.68NNW Radius Search
Orleans Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  2056.84E13Radius Search
Jefferson Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  1557.12E3Radius Search
Vermilion Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  2758.93W1Radius Search
Lafayette Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  5659.2WNW14Radius Search


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