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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Starr MountainUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  23402.07N460Radius Search
Oswald DomeUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  30004.34SW1800Radius Search
Sassafras Knob-West SlopeUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  328011.67SSE0Radius Search
Sassafras KnobUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  332211.68SSE1562Radius Search
Sheep TopUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  200014.6SSE200Radius Search
Big Frog MountainUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  420016.83S2480Radius Search
Waucheesi MountainUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  369216.93E1132Radius Search
Burger MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  208017.5ESE280Radius Search
Gravelstand TopUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  312017.93ENE360Radius Search
Gravelstand Top-Southeast PeakUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  308017.96ENE Radius Search
Signal Pole HillUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  345918.64SE1619Radius Search
Hemp TopUSA-GA  Blue Ridge Mountains  357418.83S374Radius Search
Beaverdam BaldUSA-NC/TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  425922.07E939Radius Search
McMinn RidgeUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  129622.76NNW396Radius Search
Little BaldUSA-NC/TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  400023.1E240Radius Search
Stewart KnobUSA-GA  Blue Ridge Mountains  212023.25SSE280Radius Search
Hemlock KnobUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  401924.61ENE579Radius Search
Cowpen MountainUSA-GA  Blue Ridge Mountains  415124.67S1551Radius Search
Panther TopUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  229326.57ESE493Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-GA  Blue Ridge Mountains  400526.96SSW885Radius Search


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