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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Ward KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  45451.41S545Radius Search
Crouch KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  45292.38N329Radius Search
Beech Flat KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46822.72S482Radius Search
Cheat Mountain Peak 4554USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  45543.4NNE394Radius Search
Peak 4610USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46104.07SSW170Radius Search
Hosterman Benchmark WestUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  47574.26SE543Radius Search
Back Allegheny Mountain Peak 4620USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46204.53ESE380Radius Search
Back Allegheny Mountain Peak 4640USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46404.83E320Radius Search
Tygart Valley NorthUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  47604.96SSW640Radius Search
Back Allegheny Mountain Peak 4680USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46805.59ENE600Radius Search
Barton KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  44345.83NNE554Radius Search
Bald KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  48426.35SSE882Radius Search
Mace KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  46876.5SSW87Radius Search
Back Allegheny Mountain Peak 4520USA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  45206.75NE360Radius Search
Mace Knob-South PeakUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  48406.92SSW440Radius Search
Snowshoe Fire TowerUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  47408.1S75Radius Search
Gaudineer KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  44408.45NE680Radius Search
Thorny FlatUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  48489.88S1688Radius Search
Sharp KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  453213.24SW372Radius Search
Blue Rock KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  364014.19NW380Radius Search


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