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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount RoseUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  107761.35ENE3630Radius Search
Relay PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  103361.35SSW296Radius Search
Tamarack PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  98971.45SE497Radius Search
Church PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  106011.53NE121Radius Search
Chocolate PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  94022.65ENE242Radius Search
Incline PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  95612.76S201Radius Search
Rose Knob PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  97102.96SSW270Radius Search
Slide MountainUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  96983.31ESE778Radius Search
Snowflower MountainUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  102433.34N363Radius Search
Peak 8243USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  82433.43NW283Radius Search
Peak 9225USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  92253.66SE665Radius Search
Rose KnobUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  96003.77SW240Radius Search
Alpine Walk PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  90383.83NNE118Radius Search
Rifle PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  94804.16SW80Radius Search
Peak 9499USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  94994.18SW59Radius Search
Juniper HillUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  79394.55W299Radius Search
Mount BaldyUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  92715.02SW81Radius Search
Mount Baldy-West RidgeUSA-CA/NV  Sierra Nevada  90405.15SW5Radius Search
Diamond PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  85385.56SSE98Radius Search
Martis PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  87425.8WSW342Radius Search


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