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Radius Search from Split Mountain West

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Split Mountain EastUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  16901.57SE130Radius Search
Cerro BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  7202.86NNE280Radius Search
Elephant BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  33923.62NW272Radius Search
Peak 2121USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  21214.8SE601Radius Search
Whit BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  3195.11E Radius Search
Vallecito Mountains High PointUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  35836NW803Radius Search
Eagle BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  23717.51ESE1651Radius Search
Diablo BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  24407.56WSW320Radius Search
Peak 3157USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  31577.84NW Radius Search
Fish BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  23348.62ESE604Radius Search
Peak 3443USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  34439.35WNW443Radius Search
Peak 1401USA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  14019.42SE601Radius Search
Agua BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  142910.73WSW Radius Search
Sunset MountainUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  365710.76NW1057Radius Search
Andy BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  184710.83SW Radius Search
Caliente BenchmarkUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  160810.96WSW Radius Search
Borrego Mountain-East ButteUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  119610.98NNW536Radius Search
Squaw PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  40711.2N197Radius Search
Whale PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  534911.21W2700Radius Search
Nolina PeakUSA-CA  Central and Southern California Ranges  385811.23WNW298Radius Search


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