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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Manns PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  122721.23NW632Radius Search
Haystack MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  116412.17W441Radius Search
Pilot MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  122002.26NW440Radius Search
Green MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  121632.7NW163Radius Search
Mount WaasUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  123312.78NNW1793Radius Search
Mount MellenthinUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  126453.07SSW645Radius Search
Castle MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  120443.39NNW364Radius Search
La Sal PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  120013.54NNW321Radius Search
Mount LaurelUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  122713.68SSW271Radius Search
Mount Peale-Northwest PeakUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  122404.49SSW80Radius Search
Mount PealeUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  127214.56SSW6161Radius Search
Little TukUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  120484.96SW168Radius Search
Mount TukuhnikivatzUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  124825.21SSW722Radius Search
South MountainUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  118177.59SSW1657Radius Search
Castleton TowerUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  665613.48NW1496Radius Search
The RectoryUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  656513.72NW405Radius Search
Coffee Pot RockUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  637014.47WNW150Radius Search
Peak 6080USA-UT  Colorado Plateau  608014.55NNW320Radius Search
Sevemile MesaUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  718614.72N1506Radius Search
Parriott MesaUSA-UT  Colorado Plateau  615515.16NW1075Radius Search


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