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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
High Top MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  15904.17NE310Radius Search
Lindsey MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  16625.49NNE462Radius Search
Bell MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  17026.09NNE382Radius Search
Proffit MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  17006.29ENE360Radius Search
Wildcat MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  17607.68ENE240Radius Search
Vickery MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  16008.12ESE240Radius Search
Taum Sauk MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  17729.08ENE512Radius Search
Hogan MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  16839.68E263Radius Search
Russell MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  172610.92ENE106Radius Search
Ketcherside MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  169812.12E478Radius Search
Johnson MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  165912.93N379Radius Search
Pruitt MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  158214.05NNE302Radius Search
ShepherdUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  160814.15ENE568Radius Search
Buford MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  174015.41NE640Radius Search
Bald KnobUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  157415.6NE94Radius Search
Grassy MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  120516.48SE225Radius Search
Stony MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  118018.72SE300Radius Search
Brown MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  165018.73ENE490Radius Search
Hughes MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  120020.59NNE300Radius Search
Trackler MountainUSA-MO  Ozark Highlands  140021.91E440Radius Search


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