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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount FiskeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135030.68NNE823Radius Search
Mount HuxleyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130860.69NW366Radius Search
Crumbly SpireUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132401.42NE Radius Search
Mount SolomonsUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130341.52S554Radius Search
Mount WallaceUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133771.61NE337Radius Search
Clyde SpiresUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129551.67ENE75Radius Search
Mount HaeckelUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134181.73NNE498Radius Search
Mount SpencerUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  124211.88NNW221Radius Search
Picture PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131202.08NE240Radius Search
Peak 13080USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130802.17SW240Radius Search
Black GiantUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133302.31SE1090Radius Search
Mount PowellUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133642.35ENE324Radius Search
Peak 13040USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130402.53SW120Radius Search
Point WesleyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133562.54ENE76Radius Search
Mount DarwinUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138312.67N1871Radius Search
Peak 12964USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129642.77WSW484Radius Search
Point PowellUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133602.83ENE320Radius Search
CharybdisUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130962.9S1056Radius Search
Peak 13200USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132002.94E120Radius Search
Mount GoddardUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135683.02SW1568Radius Search


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