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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Upper Cottonwood Cirque High PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133860.52SE66Radius Search
Mount Corcoran-Far South PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136190.81NW233Radius Search
Mount Corcoran-South PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136480.96NNW197Radius Search
SharktoothUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136481.11NNW197Radius Search
Peak 3878USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  127231.11ESE256Radius Search
Mount CorcoranUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137141.21NNW197Radius Search
Tuttle PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  128771.28NNE320Radius Search
The Major GeneralUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  124021.32SW0Radius Search
Mount LeConteUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139301.44NNW1003Radius Search
The MiterUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  127701.61WNW270Radius Search
Rosco PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  130741.87N474Radius Search
WoollybackUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  128382.03ESE600Radius Search
Army Pass PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  123602.09SSE120Radius Search
Mount MalloryUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138452.17NW722Radius Search
Peak 13221USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  132212.48W262Radius Search
Mount IrvineUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137802.6NNW197Radius Search
Lone Pine PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129442.76NNE424Radius Search
Mount McAdieUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137992.83NW479Radius Search
Mount PickeringUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  134742.89W547Radius Search
Mount MarshUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135493.05NW229Radius Search


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