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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Parker County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  13684.56S278Radius Search
Deck MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  139926.42W203Radius Search
Tarrant County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  96626.54SE41Radius Search
Ball Knob Hill WestUSA-TX  Great Plains  118029.71NNE Radius Search
Ball Knob Hill SoutheastUSA-TX  Great Plains  118029.79NNE30Radius Search
Ball Knob HillUSA-TX  Great Plains  118029.82NNE190Radius Search
Jack County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  151033.34WNW45Radius Search
Young County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  152233.7WNW337Radius Search
Clay County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  120534.62NNW125Radius Search
Denton County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  98039.13NE Radius Search
Comanche PeakUSA-TX  Great Plains  123043.63S265Radius Search
Caddo PeakUSA-TX  Great Plains  106546.08SE140Radius Search
Palo Pinto County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  153046.84WSW30Radius Search
Blue MoundUSA-TX  Great Plains  131848.75NNE68Radius Search
Montague County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  132048.96NNE270Radius Search
Cooke County High PointUSA-TX  Great Plains  125554.68NNE125Radius Search
Blue HillsUSA-TX  Great Plains  167055.13SW150Radius Search
Trinity-Brazos-Red Triple DivideUSA-TX  Great Plains  125055.9WNW Radius Search
Chalk Mountain EastUSA-TX  Great Plains  131056.94S60Radius Search
Lone MountainUSA-TX  Great Plains  141058.14S180Radius Search


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