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Radius Search from The Haycocks-East Peak

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
The Haycocks-West PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  31400.4WNW160Radius Search
Pocket RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  32200.91SSE660Radius Search
Shortts KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  29002.56NE280Radius Search
Rocky KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  35725.95SW412Radius Search
Grassy KnollUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  34807.52SW119Radius Search
Hog MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  357410.12SW513Radius Search
Peak 2610USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  261010.9S150Radius Search
Slate MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  352010.92SW420Radius Search
Buffalo RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  350011.83WSW420Radius Search
Richwood KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  321112.89S1471Radius Search
Buffalo MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  397113.19WSW1371Radius Search
Pinnacles of DanUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  266317.13SW323Radius Search
Carter MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  232617.38S1426Radius Search
Flinchum-Montgomery MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  277218.34WNW492Radius Search
Mississippi-Roanoke-Pee Dee Triple DivideUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  280018.51SW Radius Search
Peak 3096USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  309619.58NNE296Radius Search
Poor Mountain-Southwest PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  376020N447Radius Search
Cahas MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  357121.41NE1171Radius Search
Poor MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  392821.52NNE1448Radius Search
Bullard KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  336021.52W180Radius Search


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