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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Aubineau PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  118381.2ENE198Radius Search
Agassiz PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  123561.41S556Radius Search
Rees PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  114741.62ENE194Radius Search
Fremont PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  119691.88SSE615Radius Search
Doyle PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  114602.13ESE660Radius Search
White Horse HillsUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  90653.32NNW575Radius Search
Schultz PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  100833.37SE83Radius Search
Fern MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  87723.47W332Radius Search
Sugarloaf PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  92833.76ENE591Radius Search
Peak 8842USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  88424.05NNW512Radius Search
Peak 8993USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  89934.53WNW373Radius Search
Peak 8511USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  85114.68NW381Radius Search
Hochderffer HillsUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  91604.81WNW620Radius Search
Peak 8312USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  83126.19NNW382Radius Search
Peak 8450USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  84506.92WNW440Radius Search
Little Elden MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  90186.98SE238Radius Search
Saddle MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  88807.04NNW1010Radius Search
Peak 8502USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  85027.11NNW512Radius Search
Wing MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  85787.79SW968Radius Search
Devils HeadUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  91208.12SSE60Radius Search


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