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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Ingham PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  84902.81S945Radius Search
Goose Creek Mountains High PointUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  868416.62NNW2004Radius Search
White Rock MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  760417.36WNW924Radius Search
Bull MountainUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  993424.61NE3734Radius Search
Smoky MountainUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  756025.63N1380Radius Search
Bath RockUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  660026.59N80Radius Search
Bald KnollUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  748426.85ENE464Radius Search
Delano PeakUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  784827.5W1608Radius Search
Rhyolite ButteUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  596129.25SSW561Radius Search
Graham PeakUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  886729.91N667Radius Search
Castle RockUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  620430.15N84Radius Search
The NippleUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  682130.75SSW201Radius Search
Bald Eagle MountainUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  802832.66SSW1148Radius Search
Tangent PeakUSA-UT  Great Basin Ranges  704732.74ESE2307Radius Search
Cache PeakUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  1033934.41N4459Radius Search
Mount IndependenceUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  995035.14N350Radius Search
Jim Sage Mountains High PointUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  804736.22NNE2342Radius Search
Elba BenchmarkUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  804636.37NNE6Radius Search
Gollaher MountainUSA-NV  Great Basin Ranges  815337.94WNW1833Radius Search
Monument PeakUSA-ID  Great Basin Ranges  806038.48NW1940Radius Search

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