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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Scar MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  70461.47S606Radius Search
Midnight MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  66601.64N580Radius Search
Wapaloosie MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  70182.61S658Radius Search
King MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  66343.39ESE1154Radius Search
Cooke MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  50874.44W967Radius Search
Mount LeonaUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  64404.55N840Radius Search
Jungle HillUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  65444.66SSW344Radius Search
Columbia MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  67825.71S942Radius Search
Profanity PeakUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  64235.87NNE1343Radius Search
Graves MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  59476.64SE987Radius Search
Sherman PeakUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  70117.33S611Radius Search
Paradise PeakUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  58387.36SSE1238Radius Search
Taylor RidgeUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  61908.23NNE1270Radius Search
Snow PeakUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  71038.36S1583Radius Search
Peak 4944USA-WA  Columbia Mountains  49448.91SW1184Radius Search
Jackknife MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  50809.29E1400Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  694010.05S980Radius Search
Hoodoo MountainUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  515810.9ESE1878Radius Search
Sentinel ButteUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  528011.02NNE360Radius Search
Barnaby ButtesUSA-WA  Columbia Mountains  652011.31S440Radius Search


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