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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pico El YunquePuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  34450.29WNW Radius Search
La Roca EL YunquePuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  34120.44WNW47Radius Search
Mount BrittonPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  30870.7SW117Radius Search
El ToroPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  35333.78SW3203Radius Search
Monte PirataPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  98821.31SE988Radius Search
Cerro MartineauPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  59123.72ESE Radius Search
Cayo de Luis PeñaPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  45929.82E459Radius Search
Monte ResacaPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  64032.6E640Radius Search
Mount JalobrePuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  45333.12ESE Radius Search
Cerro BalcónPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  59134.2E Radius Search
Cerro MaravillasPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  397051.56WSW Radius Search
Cerro Tres DíasPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  397052.04WSW Radius Search
Monte JayuyaPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  429852.68W492Radius Search
Crown MountainU.S. Virgin Islands  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  155253.53E1552Radius Search
Cerro de PuntaPuerto Rico  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  439053.73W4390Radius Search
Wintberg PeakU.S. Virgin Islands  Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands  96257.85E Radius Search

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