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Radius Search from North Franklin Mountain

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
South Franklin MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  67912.72S1511Radius Search
Anthonys NoseUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  69273.89N1027Radius Search
Sugarloaf MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  52265.31SSE426Radius Search
Flag HillUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  45766.19S86Radius Search
Ranger PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  56536.78S73Radius Search
Comanche PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  52267.35S66Radius Search
North Anthonys NoseUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  53889.68NNW988Radius Search
Peak 7716USA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  771625.15N1576Radius Search
Organ NeedleUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  898030.73N3700Radius Search
Cerro Alto MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  678730.86E1447Radius Search
East Potrillo Mountains High PointUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  536031.2W960Radius Search
Peak 6420USA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  642031.24N280Radius Search
The CitadelUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  674032.71N Radius Search
Mount RileyUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  590533.5W1113Radius Search
Baylor PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  772134.13N1321Radius Search
Cox PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  593634.64W1536Radius Search
Picacho MountainUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  495937.36NW679Radius Search
Robledo RidgeUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  494041.46NW80Radius Search
Dona Ana PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  583541.73NNW1475Radius Search
Robledo MountainUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  589044.3NW1410Radius Search

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