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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Cerrito ColoradoUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  102463.27W351Radius Search
Peak 10880USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  108804.1SSW940Radius Search
Capulin PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  104704.6N1265Radius Search
Peak 10730USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  107304.68SE290Radius Search
Palo Encebado PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  101654.96NNW665Radius Search
Peak 9710USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  97105.31NNE410Radius Search
Peak 10170USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  101705.33ENE330Radius Search
Peak 10122USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  101225.4E282Radius Search
View PointUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  93755.54W115Radius Search
Osha MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  108855.56ESE369Radius Search
Ranchos PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  94205.58NNW Radius Search
Bear Wallow RidgeUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  102105.74SW310Radius Search
Peak 9620USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  96205.85NW300Radius Search
Peak 9106USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  91066.15NW0Radius Search
Cuchillo de FernandoUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  113956.22SE795Radius Search
Tetillas PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  93806.44WSW140Radius Search
Peak 9705USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  97056.52ENE385Radius Search
Devisadaro PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  83046.9WNW184Radius Search
Peak 10325USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  103257.03SSW285Radius Search
Cerro VistaUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  119397.4S2499Radius Search

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