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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Blackhall MountainUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  109792.82SE1299Radius Search
Wood MountainUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  97014.01N661Radius Search
Encampment Creek Wilderness High PointUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  93604.88WNW Radius Search
Peak 9140USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  91405.92N340Radius Search
Peak 8545USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  85457.61NNW545Radius Search
Peak 9076USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  90767.67ESE556Radius Search
Peak 8480USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  84808.84NW280Radius Search
Coyote HillUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  82299.22ENE289Radius Search
Davis PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  114229.7S902Radius Search
Peak 8945USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  89459.91ESE485Radius Search
Peak 8760USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  876011.54ESE280Radius Search
Peak 9726USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  972611.7SE506Radius Search
Buck Mountain NorthUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1137211.75S372Radius Search
Buck MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1139613.26S1556Radius Search
Red MountainUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  1050814.63WNW508Radius Search
Peak 8522USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  852215.48E442Radius Search
Big Agnes MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1204015.92S960Radius Search
Peak 8520USA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  852015.97E440Radius Search
Mount ZirkelUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1218016.1SSE3460Radius Search
Elkhorn PointUSA-WY  Southern Rocky Mountains  861716.68E697Radius Search

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