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Radius Search from Mount Patterson

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount Patterson-Northwest PeakUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  114000.76NW200Radius Search
Wheeler PeakUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  116631.52SE343Radius Search
Peak 10452USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  104522.84WSW372Radius Search
South SisterUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  113603.2N760Radius Search
Middle SisterUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  108544.95N854Radius Search
Middle Sister-Northeast RidgeUSA-NV/CA  Great Basin Ranges  105605.08N0Radius Search
East SisterUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  104046.04N724Radius Search
Peak 9040USA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  90406.57N320Radius Search
Peak 8560USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  85606.82WSW440Radius Search
Mount JacksonUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  93817.97SSE301Radius Search
Don BenchmarkUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  79429.34N302Radius Search
Peak 7330USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  73309.53NW290Radius Search
Peak 7842USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  78429.63S282Radius Search
Peak 7359USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  73599.65WNW359Radius Search
Peak 6751USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  67519.85WNW431Radius Search
Peak 7540USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  75409.87WNW500Radius Search
Peak 7240USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  724010.1WSW320Radius Search
Black MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  816110.75N281Radius Search
Masonic Mountain WestUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  919510.97SE295Radius Search
Pickle BenchmarkUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  808411.33WSW784Radius Search


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