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Radius Search from Boundary Peak 73

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount RatzCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  101383.91NE7973Radius Search
Oasis PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  79258.74WSW2125Radius Search
Mount TUSA/Canada  Coast Mountains  802210.6SSE968Radius Search
Boundary Peak 74USA/Canada  Coast Mountains  735212.25NW Radius Search
Burkett NeedleUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  890112.31S1093Radius Search
Mount BurkettUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  979312.47SSE3231Radius Search
Mount BearziUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  703013.98SSW2430Radius Search
Peak 2779Canada-BC  Coast Mountains  911716.07NNE3540Radius Search
Devils ThumbCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  911117.87S3370Radius Search
Peak 7180USA-AK  Coast Mountains  718017.93W2980Radius Search
Peak 6820USA-AK  Coast Mountains  682018.16WNW3520Radius Search
Peak 6458USA-AK  Coast Mountains  645818.31SSW2058Radius Search
Peak 5590USA-AK  Coast Mountains  559020.94WNW2490Radius Search
LuciferUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  787221.39S2272Radius Search
Boundary Peak 75USA/Canada  Coast Mountains  785821.42NNW Radius Search
Peak 7031USA-AK  Coast Mountains  703121.67NW1131Radius Search
ShelobUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  635021.83SSW900Radius Search
Kates NeedleCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  1001624.36SSE4504Radius Search
Peak 7810USA-AK  Coast Mountains  781024.37NW2510Radius Search
Peak 7000USA-AK  Coast Mountains  700026.02S2300Radius Search


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