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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Prospect PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  83382.19NW1938Radius Search
Sunrise PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  71392.32ENE299Radius Search
Fairfield PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  72402.66SW680Radius Search
Ash ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  75603.23ESE320Radius Search
Mount HoffmanUSA-CA  Cascade Range  78003.91SSE640Radius Search
West Prospect PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  81744.44NW1102Radius Search
Crater ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  72404.53SSW560Radius Search
Red Cinder ConeUSA-CA  Cascade Range  80004.63SE360Radius Search
Red CinderUSA-CA  Cascade Range  83755.28SE1735Radius Search
Hat MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  76875.82WSW967Radius Search
Crystal CliffsUSA-CA  Cascade Range  75205.88SSE Radius Search
Pilot MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  71606.5SSW560Radius Search
Saddle MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  76006.79SSW680Radius Search
Bonte PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  77847.88SSE664Radius Search
Raker PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  74837.99W1003Radius Search
Mount HarknessUSA-CA  Cascade Range  80468.17S1206Radius Search
Reading PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  87149.37SW714Radius Search
South CaribouUSA-CA  Cascade Range  77679.38SE477Radius Search
Crescent CraterUSA-CA  Cascade Range  86219.9WSW Radius Search
Sifford MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  740810.41SSW728Radius Search

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