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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Greek PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  68680.65SSE228Radius Search
Big MountainUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  70472.55NW370Radius Search
Lost PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  75162.57NE1516Radius Search
Bull MountainUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  56296.57SW589Radius Search
Cove MountainUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  70228.12ESE1223Radius Search
Flat Top BenchmarkUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  73098.81ENE1229Radius Search
Tunnel Spring Wilderness High PointUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  618010.68NW Radius Search
Jacks MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  742115WSW838Radius Search
Red ButteUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  581016.5E250Radius Search
Veyo VolcanoUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  523916.84SE599Radius Search
Sawmill MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  760017.31WSW1760Radius Search
Lime MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  548218.34SW1202Radius Search
Snow BenchmarkUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  557020.23SE850Radius Search
West Mountain PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  768020.89S3640Radius Search
Mosey MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  734321.66NW1113Radius Search
Cinder ConeUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  484022.4SE320Radius Search
Cinder ConeUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  487522.9SE Radius Search
Burger PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  1032126.2ESE281Radius Search
Signal PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  1036526.8ESE4485Radius Search
Jarvis PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  652926.9SSE649Radius Search

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