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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pine MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  83104.6WNW950Radius Search
Sacatar Trail Wilderness High PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  88405.22NE360Radius Search
Ball MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  92565.56NNE496Radius Search
North Sacatar Wilderness High PointUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  88405.7NE440Radius Search
Lost BenchmarkUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  84836.68NW403Radius Search
Bald Mountain-East ShoulderUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  93607.89WNW Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  93827.96WNW1022Radius Search
Rockhouse PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  83608.5SW680Radius Search
Crag PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  94809.17NNW880Radius Search
Chimney PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  79949.24SSE794Radius Search
Deer PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  700410.05ESE564Radius Search
Chukar PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  662810.71ESE468Radius Search
Red HillUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  395211.19E572Radius Search
Deer MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  940011.31N1320Radius Search
Smith MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  952011.44NNW1000Radius Search
Jackass PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  928011.62NNW560Radius Search
Black MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  784011.7SW400Radius Search
Peak 9980USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  998012.5WSW1660Radius Search
Peak 9000USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  900012.52NNW280Radius Search
Sirretta PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  997712.77WSW97Radius Search


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