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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
North Tent PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  112300.93NW330Radius Search
Sanpete 2 BenchmarkUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  110782.77WSW618Radius Search
The HorseshoeUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  109883.76WSW Radius Search
East BenchmarkUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  107439.48NE1543Radius Search
White HillUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  63819.5W478Radius Search
Seeley MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1036010.96NE760Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  928311.34NE363Radius Search
Peak 8990USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  899012.51NNE470Radius Search
North Horn MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  966514.07SSE1905Radius Search
Cove MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1066614.14SSW426Radius Search
Candland MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1036714.27NNE1447Radius Search
Peak 9305USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  930515.78NNE305Radius Search
South Trough Springs RidgeUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1018516.2NE345Radius Search
Monument PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1045218.15NNE1617Radius Search
Heliotrope PointUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1087520.61SSW115Radius Search
Flagstaff PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1022222.33S382Radius Search
Youngs PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  900526.68SSE370Radius Search
Marys NippleUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  1098427.22SSW1304Radius Search
Salt BenchmarkUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  999727.91NW3677Radius Search
Peak 9324USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  932428.11N504Radius Search


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