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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Los GriegosUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  101175.3S1067Radius Search
Peak 9945USA-NM  Colorado Plateau  99456.08ESE885Radius Search
Cerro PeladoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  101126.09S432Radius Search
Cerro Colorado-Jemez MountainsUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  77896.35SW109Radius Search
Scooter PeakUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  97017.12ESE561Radius Search
Cerro GrandeUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  101608.3E660Radius Search
Pajarito MountainUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  104419.03E921Radius Search
Bandelier Wilderness High PointUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  87209.11ESE Radius Search
Peak 10240USA-NM  Colorado Plateau  102409.23ENE300Radius Search
Peak 9860USA-NM  Colorado Plateau  986010.06ENE300Radius Search
Cerro RubioUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1044910.25ENE389Radius Search
Quemazon PeakUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  996010.84ENE360Radius Search
Cerro ToledoUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1093010.89NE1060Radius Search
Caballo Mountain-Southwest SlopeUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1048012.22ENE0Radius Search
Caballo MountainUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1049612.32ENE916Radius Search
Dome Wilderness High PointUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  832013.2ESE200Radius Search
Saint Peters DomeUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  846313.27SE673Radius Search
Chicoma MountainUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1156113.58NE4281Radius Search
Boundary PeakUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  816013.63ESE170Radius Search
Santa Clara I.R. High PointUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1076114.08NE471Radius Search

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