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Radius Search from Perry County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Maxville Lookout SiteUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  10609.58S93Radius Search
Ironpoint Lookout SiteUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  10299.62SSE0Radius Search
Shawnee Lookout TowerUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  105614.68S Radius Search
Sugar Grove LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  108016.15SW Radius Search
Mount PleasantUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  110017W180Radius Search
Schultz HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  110018.83SSW140Radius Search
Morgan County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  116019.66SE180Radius Search
Ruble KnobUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  109020.37WSW100Radius Search
Becks KnobUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  113020.52W240Radius Search
Allen KnobUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  114020.59WSW160Radius Search
Athens County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  107221.08S52Radius Search
Fairfield County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  124621.93WSW396Radius Search
Blue Rock Fire TowerUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  108823.91ENE33Radius Search
Hocking County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  122024.78SW310Radius Search
Snake Ridge II LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  65925.18SSE Radius Search
Rock House Lookout SiteUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  114025.4SW Radius Search
Chestnut RidgeUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  111626.04W116Radius Search
High Hill NorthUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  128527.71E337Radius Search
Ash Cave LookoutUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  108027.76SSW20Radius Search
Pickaway County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  109030.66WSW Radius Search


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