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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount Barnard-East PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137140.62ESE459Radius Search
Trojan PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139471.02NNE364Radius Search
Mount VersteegUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134711.34N282Radius Search
Mount Carl HellerUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132251.72SE495Radius Search
Mount WilliamsonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  143731.99NNE1643Radius Search
Mount TyndallUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  140192.06NNW1092Radius Search
Mount Tyndall-Southwest PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135402.22NW417Radius Search
Tunnabora PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135632.71SE571Radius Search
Mount MorgensonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139272.81SSE279Radius Search
Mount HaleUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134942.81S633Radius Search
Tawny PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  122703.04W131Radius Search
Point 3740USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  122703.07WNW197Radius Search
Polychrome PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130183.13NNW485Radius Search
Mount RussellUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  140883.15SSE1096Radius Search
Mount YoungUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131763.28S381Radius Search
The CleaverUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133833.36SE325Radius Search
Mount CarillonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135533.47SE233Radius Search
Mount WhitneyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  144953.8SSE10075Radius Search
Gambler's SpecialUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129273.81SE263Radius Search
Keeler NeedleUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  142394.01SSE131Radius Search


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