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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Sinking ShipUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  73442.27N304Radius Search
Horseshoe Mesa-East ArmUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  48145.39N0Radius Search
Peak 5661USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  56618.03NE321Radius Search
Vishnu TempleUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  75339.1N1813Radius Search
Pattie ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  53159.66NW395Radius Search
O'Neill ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  607110.88NW311Radius Search
Cape RoyalUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  788011.14N120Radius Search
Cedar MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  705112.11ENE591Radius Search
Red ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  732612.11SW956Radius Search
Jupiter TempleUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  708412.73NNE1072Radius Search
Cape FinalUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  791612.99NNE36Radius Search
Plateau PointUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  376013NW0Radius Search
The BattleshipUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  585013.12NW450Radius Search
Hopi LookoutUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  706013.65NW Radius Search
Cope PointUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  452816.27WNW328Radius Search
Siegfried PyreUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  792216.72N832Radius Search
Oza ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  806816.76NNW408Radius Search
Bright Angel PointUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  814717.14NNW27Radius Search
Whites ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  487118.23WNW351Radius Search
Brady PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  812119.67N501Radius Search


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