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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Goose HillUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  13393S504Radius Search
Flat Top ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  7603.39ENE210Radius Search
Candy MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  13913.53SE536Radius Search
McBee HillUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  19275.17SW287Radius Search
Badger MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  15906.29SE905Radius Search
Chandler ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  20467.25WSW546Radius Search
Eagle ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  13177.73SSE477Radius Search
Middle Badger MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  12088.35SE298Radius Search
Rattlesnake Mountain-South PeakUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  356010.92NW80Radius Search
Rattlesnake MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  356013.08NW760Radius Search
Perry MonumentUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  119215.77SE322Radius Search
Johnson ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  204317.37SE253Radius Search
Jackass MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  91719ENE197Radius Search
Jump Off JoeUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  220019.13SE720Radius Search
Gable MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  111022.05N640Radius Search
Rattlesnake Hills LookoutUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  362922.61WNW1829Radius Search
Horse BenchmarkUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  219323.14WSW403Radius Search
Sillusi ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  92724.17SSE137Radius Search
Bliss BenchmarkUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  108728.21ENE0Radius Search
Peanut HumpUSA-WA  Columbia Plateau  78828.34W88Radius Search


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