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Radius Search from Castle Island High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Watmough HeadUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  2420.65NE142Radius Search
Chadwick HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  4700.86NNE390Radius Search
Lopez HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  5355.1NW535Radius Search
San Elmo HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  5406.25N540Radius Search
Allan Island High PointUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  2646.27ENE264Radius Search
James Island High PointUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  2606.81NNE260Radius Search
Burrows Island High PointUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  6466.89NE646Radius Search
Mount FinlaysonUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  2957.85WNW175Radius Search
Mount High-GUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  7207.91E540Radius Search
Pass Island High PointUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  1888.21E188Radius Search
Frost Island High PointUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  2208.23N220Radius Search
Bowman HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  5288.33E328Radius Search
Blakely Island South PeakUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  8028.39N442Radius Search
Ginnet HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  7098.39E289Radius Search
Goose RockUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  4848.48E424Radius Search
Rodger HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  5608.98E400Radius Search
Pine Ridge HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  6169.21ENE176Radius Search
Mount ErieUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  12739.3ENE1273Radius Search
SugarloafUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  10449.43ENE284Radius Search
Hoypus HillUSA-WA  Northwest Coast Islands  40010.03E340Radius Search


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