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Radius Search from Kings County High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Salmontail Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  8862.8SE Radius Search
Big HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  9225.94ENE Radius Search
North Twin Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  8767.75WNW Radius Search
Half Moon Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  93811.46NNW Radius Search
Peak 257Canada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  84315.28ENE Radius Search
Hants County High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  86615.72ENE Radius Search
Peak 261Canada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85618.34E Radius Search
Peak 230Canada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  75518.5ESE Radius Search
North Mountain-Garland KnobCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  77120.54NNW Radius Search
North Mountain-Swindell KnobCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  79420.89NNW Radius Search
Hiram Layte HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  88325.33W Radius Search
East Paradise Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85327.29WSW Radius Search
West Paradise Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85329.18WSW Radius Search
North Mountain-Mount RoseCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85632.68W Radius Search
Tupper Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  67933.21SW Radius Search
North Mountain-Tellier Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  82736.9W Radius Search
Rawdon Hills High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  73844.84ENE Radius Search
Geizer HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  49946.98ESE Radius Search
Mount TomCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  59149.1SW Radius Search
Citadel HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  24350.97ESE86Radius Search


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