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Radius Search from Les Pays-d'En-Haut High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Les Pays-d'En-Haut High Point # 2Canada-QC  Canadian Shield  19032.99WSW Radius Search
Mont Condor OuestCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  15097.97ENE131Radius Search
Mont CondorCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  15098.1ENE Radius Search
Mont KingCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  15428.32ENE Radius Search
Mont King NordCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  15098.35ENE131Radius Search
Mont SauvageCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  16408.68E328Radius Search
Argenteuil High PointCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  150011SW Radius Search
Mont MolsonCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  110211.54SE380Radius Search
Mont OlympiaCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  146012.77ESE279Radius Search
La Rivière-du-Nord High PointCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  140716.91E Radius Search
Mont OnontioCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  131216.97NW Radius Search
Montagne NoireCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  290017.08N Radius Search
Mont KaaikopCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  274917.53NNE Radius Search
Pic WhiteCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  288118.18NNW289Radius Search
Montagne d'ArgentCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  150018.28WNW330Radius Search
The EdgeCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  276918.92NNW79Radius Search
Montcalm High Point-SouthCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  131219.52E197Radius Search
Pic PangmanCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  294919.64NNW95Radius Search
Montcalm High PointCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  135819.67E Radius Search
La Montagne de la Vache NoireCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  246119.76NNW Radius Search

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