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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Armintrout LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  110011.18SW220Radius Search
Scioto Trail LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  110712.42NW147Radius Search
Rattlesnake KnobUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  106012.91NNW340Radius Search
Vinton County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  114017.74N40Radius Search
Brush Ridge Fire TowerUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  117218.63N172Radius Search
Keystone LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  96118.89ESE141Radius Search
Mount LoganUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  126019.16NNW220Radius Search
Mount IvesUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  122019.64NNW200Radius Search
Bunker HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  126020.33NNW351Radius Search
Sand HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  130020.56NNW Radius Search
Rock HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  117020.8N60Radius Search
Bald HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  125721.15NNW197Radius Search
Woods Ridge LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  104021.34SSW80Radius Search
SugarloafUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  124721.69NNW302Radius Search
Scioto County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  134022.75WSW500Radius Search
Green Ridge LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  126523.96W120Radius Search
Ash Cave LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  108025.01NE20Radius Search
Pike County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  133625.66WNW256Radius Search
Atkinson Ridge LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  106025.98ENE40Radius Search
Farrell HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  135826.15WNW428Radius Search


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