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Radius Search from Blue Ridge Peak 3080

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 3065USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  30650.99NNE Radius Search
Loft MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  32801.13SE80Radius Search
Loft Mountain-South PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  33171.28SSE Radius Search
Rocky MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  28641.48NW464Radius Search
Weaver MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  28642.03NE334Radius Search
Brown MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  25602.1NW40Radius Search
Big Flat MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  33892.13S1109Radius Search
RockytopUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  26212.64W61Radius Search
Flattop MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  33203.36ENE1026Radius Search
Flattop Mountain-North PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  30003.68ENE200Radius Search
Rocky MountUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  27413.78N821Radius Search
Austin MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  26584.95WSW418Radius Search
BlackrockUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  31205.72SW20Radius Search
Furnace MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  26575.79WSW217Radius Search
Trayfoot MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  33746.07SW774Radius Search
Hightop MountainUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  35877.28ENE1187Radius Search
Blue Ridge Peak 2960USA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  29608.47SW240Radius Search
Calvary RocksUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  29459.06SW145Radius Search
Massanutten PeakUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  29229.82NW472Radius Search
Saddleback Mountain-West PeakUSA-VA  Blue Ridge Mountains  32969.93NE256Radius Search

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