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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Little Cowhole MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  16993NNW535Radius Search
Hanks MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  15227.7NNW489Radius Search
Old Dad MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  42527.9ESE1218Radius Search
Squat HillUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  11388.47NNW171Radius Search
Peak 2444USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  24449.11WNW1083Radius Search
Nickel MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  139310.27NNW360Radius Search
Otto MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  171511.45NNW551Radius Search
Cinder Cone Peak 3894USA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  389413.02ENE532Radius Search
Soda Mountains High PointUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  366114.3WNW1801Radius Search
Cooper MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  343814.35NW617Radius Search
Kelso PeakUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  477715.41E1054Radius Search
Silver Lake BenchmarkUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  377316.82N640Radius Search
Bristol Mountains High PointUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  387117.18SSW1328Radius Search
Cronise Mountains High PointUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  238018W811Radius Search
Marl BenchmarkUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  449518.67E131Radius Search
Marl Mountains High PointUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  454419.02E115Radius Search
Cave MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  352419.19WSW1664Radius Search
Red Pass BenchmarkUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  326820.23WNW1268Radius Search
Turquoise MountainUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  449521.1N434Radius Search
Solomons KnobUSA-CA  Great Basin Ranges  447521.75NNE292Radius Search

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  • This will return a list all nearest peaks to a point, ordered by distance from the given point.
  • For Radius Search, use WGS84 decimal degrees for latitude and longitude. South latitude and west longitude are negative. For example: 47.5, -122.84
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