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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Monument Peak SouthUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  89330.88SSE373Radius Search
Devil's ThroneUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  92805.68N680Radius Search
Mount BelialUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  88806.18N160Radius Search
Smith MountainUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  80056.45S325Radius Search
The GoblinUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  89856.54NNE185Radius Search
The OgreUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  92566.54N536Radius Search
He DevilUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  94006.75N600Radius Search
She DevilUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  94006.78N5200Radius Search
Mount BaalUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  91606.98N120Radius Search
Tower of BabelUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  92007.29NNE200Radius Search
Pollock MountainUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  80807.47ESE1400Radius Search
Heaven's GateUSA-ID  Columbia Plateau  842910.3NNE823Radius Search
Peak 6640USA-OR  Columbia Plateau  664014.44NW320Radius Search
Hat PointUSA-OR  Columbia Plateau  696015.44NNW1760Radius Search
Peak 6895USA-OR  Columbia Plateau  689517.98NNW335Radius Search
Patrick ButteUSA-ID  Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains  884118.18ENE2881Radius Search
Granite MountainUSA-ID  Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains  847919.58ESE1715Radius Search
Lava ButteUSA-ID  Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains  832821.58E768Radius Search
Brundage MountainUSA-ID  Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains  780325.33SE1443Radius Search
Southwest ButteUSA-ID  Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains  781425.99NE2334Radius Search


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