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Radius Search from Mount Waddington-The Tooth

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount WaddingtonCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  131860.12NNW10758Radius Search
Mount Waddington-Northwest PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  130410.28NNW246Radius Search
Spearman PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  110561.25SE426Radius Search
Combatant MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  123431.54NNE794Radius Search
Mount TiedemannCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  125921.87NE2749Radius Search
Asperity MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  122152.15NE601Radius Search
Damocles PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  115062.41NNE154Radius Search
Serra 5Canada-BC  Coast Mountains  117452.52ENE262Radius Search
Serra PeaksCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  119752.62ENE755Radius Search
Serra 3Canada-BC  Coast Mountains  119132.82ENE496Radius Search
Serra 2Canada-BC  Coast Mountains  118272.88ENE410Radius Search
Tellot DomeCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  112203.01ENE65Radius Search
Serra 1Canada-BC  Coast Mountains  114173.04ENE98Radius Search
Stiletto PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  111383.21ENE508Radius Search
Mount TellotCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  110893.33ENE197Radius Search
Tellot SpiresCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  110103.54ENE118Radius Search
Mount MundayCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  110103.61SSE1364Radius Search
Eaglehead PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  108693.66ENE173Radius Search
Dragonback PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  107873.9ENE157Radius Search
Claw PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  92454.37E Radius Search


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