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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Snow Valley Peak-East PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  91700.58ESE Radius Search
Peak 8992USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  89920.72S112Radius Search
Peak 8728USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  87280.88W571Radius Search
Marlette PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  87802.47NNW180Radius Search
Peak 7800USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  78002.93SW360Radius Search
Peak 8206USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  82063.09NNE366Radius Search
Peak 7200USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  72003.15WSW280Radius Search
Peak 8208USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  82083.31NNE448Radius Search
Herlan PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  88403.7NNW560Radius Search
White HillUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  76404.17SSW0Radius Search
Captain Pomin RockUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  75384.56SSW506Radius Search
Peak 6320USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  63204.64ESE320Radius Search
Deadman PointUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  69924.67SW337Radius Search
Peak 6440USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  64404.7SE680Radius Search
Peak 8407USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  84074.85N367Radius Search
C HillUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  57604.95E280Radius Search
Duane Bliss PeakUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  86585.07S698Radius Search
Peak 5635USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  56355.55ENE315Radius Search
Peak 8703USA-NV  Sierra Nevada  87035.8NNW343Radius Search
Shakespeare PointUSA-NV  Sierra Nevada  70935.88SSW133Radius Search


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