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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount BrewerUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135700.62SSE1103Radius Search
Cross MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  121801.53NNW240Radius Search
South GuardUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132321.63SSE502Radius Search
Mount JordanUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133433.25SE613Radius Search
Thunder MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135173.38SSE525Radius Search
Mount GenevraUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130543.85SE456Radius Search
Table MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136323.97SSE509Radius Search
West VidetteUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  125334.07ENE230Radius Search
Ericsson Crags-Crag 2USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130584.17ESE197Radius Search
Ericsson CragsUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131234.19ESE262Radius Search
Mount EricssonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135834.4ESE919Radius Search
Deerhorn MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132814.42E617Radius Search
Table Mountain-South PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136124.52S161Radius Search
Mount BagoUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  118704.68NE1142Radius Search
Palmer MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  112544.9WNW1241Radius Search
The SphinxUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  91435.04NW63Radius Search
Midway MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136655.07S1329Radius Search
Peak 11450USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  114505.12NE328Radius Search
Mount StanfordUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139735.3E981Radius Search
East VidetteUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  123565.31ENE250Radius Search


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