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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount WarrenUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  110361.91SE36Radius Search
Paradise ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  111501.95S470Radius Search
Spruce MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  103462.06WSW186Radius Search
Peak 10932USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  109322.42E372Radius Search
Tiger ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  101852.81W105Radius Search
Sunrise PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  106822.88ENE202Radius Search
Mount Baldy-North PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  114002.93SE80Radius Search
Diamond ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  106243.14SW384Radius Search
Apache ButteUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  97733.23WSW373Radius Search
Mount BaldyUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  114033.24SE4723Radius Search
Mount ThomasUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  111213.43ESE161Radius Search
Peak 10368USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  103683.98S288Radius Search
Peak 9646USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  96464.37W326Radius Search
Bonito Cienega PeakUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  104164.57SSE256Radius Search
Peak 9242USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  92424.92NNW402Radius Search
Burnt MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  99706SSE570Radius Search
Peak 9119USA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  91196.08W349Radius Search
Burro MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  98516.42E261Radius Search
Boardshack KnollUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  95247.17NE307Radius Search
Big Cienega MountainUSA-AZ  Colorado Plateau  96357.35NNE465Radius Search


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