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Radius Search from Robertson County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Brazos County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  44019.2SSE40Radius Search
Leon County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  63020.69ENE170Radius Search
Long MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  48622.99SW96Radius Search
Sugarloaf MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  50023.2SW180Radius Search
Eland RoughUSA-TX  Great Plains  52027.48SW90Radius Search
Wilson HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  55028.05SW130Radius Search
Jess Hood MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  62029.17SW130Radius Search
Madison County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  42330.72E73Radius Search
North Milano HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  59332.21SW103Radius Search
Horn HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  65533.27NNW145Radius Search
Hart MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  64835.59SW78Radius Search
Milam County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  66036.39SW165Radius Search
West Taylor MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  62137.12SW41Radius Search
Burleson County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  58041.1SSW80Radius Search
Burleson HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  60842.61NNE143Radius Search
Tehuacana HillsUSA-TX  Great Plains  65045.33N160Radius Search
Falls County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  73146.87WNW1Radius Search
Limestone County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  69048.34NNW100Radius Search
Grimes County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  47049.44SE110Radius Search
Hubby HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  75050.86WNW70Radius Search


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