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Radius Search from Garvin County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Carter County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  129014.95SSE30Radius Search
Arbuckle Mountains High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  141018.08SE390Radius Search
Stephens County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  145025.89W120Radius Search
Grady County Prominence PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  147029.4WNW120Radius Search
Jefferson County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  111033.91SW Radius Search
Johnston County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  124036.43ESE10Radius Search
Chimney HillUSA-OK  Great Plains  134041.4E140Radius Search
McClain County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  139043.81NNW30Radius Search
Love County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  101046.27S130Radius Search
Marshall County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  102047.83SE150Radius Search
Pottawatomie County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  121050.57NNE60Radius Search
Cleveland County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  137051.86NNW Radius Search
Oklahoma County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  141052.45NNW60Radius Search
Rabbit HillUSA-OK  Great Plains  164055.52W370Radius Search
Flattop PeakUSA-OK  Great Plains  94055.6SSE90Radius Search
Grady County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  156056.84NW50Radius Search
Coal County High PointUSA-OK  Great Plains  100056.85ESE20Radius Search
Mount ScottUSA-OK  Great Plains  246460.22W824Radius Search


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