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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount MendelUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137100.76NW550Radius Search
Mount Tom RossUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132530.91NNE533Radius Search
Mount SpencerUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  124210.96SSW221Radius Search
Mount GouldUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133601.21NW320Radius Search
Mount HaeckelUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134181.27SSE498Radius Search
Mount WallaceUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133771.64SSE337Radius Search
Picture PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131201.71SE240Radius Search
Peak 13172USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131721.87NNE312Radius Search
Mount Lamarck-West SummitUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133201.88N Radius Search
Mount LamarckUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134171.92N97Radius Search
Mount Lamarck-North PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134642.05N824Radius Search
Crumbly SpireUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132402.05SSE Radius Search
Mount FiskeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135032.11S823Radius Search
Mount HuxleyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130862.21SSW366Radius Search
Clyde SpiresUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129552.29SE75Radius Search
Keyhole PlateauUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134042.55N284Radius Search
The HermitUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  123282.56W368Radius Search
Mount WarlowUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132062.67S526Radius Search
Mount PowellUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133642.89SE324Radius Search
Mount GoetheUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132643.15NNW904Radius Search


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