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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Eagle HillUSA-LA  Great Plains  4639.67NE73Radius Search
Sabine Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  49016.15N190Radius Search
Sand HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  41817.11W158Radius Search
Gunter HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  28018.66SSW20Radius Search
Red Dirt LookoutUSA-LA  Great Plains  37026.1ENE Radius Search
Negro Foot HillUSA-LA  Great Plains  39526.91ENE125Radius Search
Big Hill LookoutUSA-LA  Great Plains  43027.69NNE130Radius Search
Newton County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  60029.67WSW335Radius Search
Beauregard Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  21530.11S23Radius Search
Rapides Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  31032.98ENE23Radius Search
Hardy BenchmarkUSA-TX  Great Plains  58333.52WSW73Radius Search
Forse MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  58036.48WNW165Radius Search
San Augustine County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  59042.73WNW160Radius Search
Allen Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  19043.37SE30Radius Search
Big Hill-South PeakUSA-LA  Great Plains  35843.39NNW68Radius Search
Turkey Hill Wilderness High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  36246.82W52Radius Search
Big HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  56247.21WNW132Radius Search
De Soto Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  41554.53NNW105Radius Search
Winn Parish High PointUSA-LA  Ozark Highlands  35055.44NE160Radius Search
Calcasieu Parish High PointUSA-LA  Great Plains  9557.4S3Radius Search

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