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Radius Search from Martinsville City Prominence Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Martinsville City High PointUSA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  11600.81ENE Radius Search
Chestnut KnobUSA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  15207.03SSW560Radius Search
Turkeycock MountainUSA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  185011.53NE730Radius Search
Rockingham County High PointUSA-NC  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  104016.98SW Radius Search
Richwood KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  321120.74W1471Radius Search
Grassy HillUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  193422.47N641Radius Search
Peak 2610USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  261024.76W150Radius Search
Pocket RidgeUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  322025.09WNW660Radius Search
Danville City High PointUSA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  70025.36ESE Radius Search
Carter MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  232625.54W1426Radius Search
Shortts KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  290025.61NW280Radius Search
The Haycocks-East PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  316025.87WNW320Radius Search
Peak 1080USA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  108026.06E300Radius Search
Old Danville City High PointUSA-VA  Piedmont-Southeast Coast  66026.1E Radius Search
The Haycocks-West PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  314026.27WNW160Radius Search
Smith MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  203826.83NE1098Radius Search
Rocky KnobUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  357228.43WNW412Radius Search
Grassy KnollUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  348029.17WNW119Radius Search
Cahas Mountain-East PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  304329.64NNW263Radius Search
Haleford Church HillUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  100029.78NNE0Radius Search

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