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Radius Search from Eagle Peak

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 7282USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  72821.17W282Radius Search
Northwest Eagle Mountains PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  69154.09NW1035Radius Search
Carrizo PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  530411.33NE724Radius Search
Dome PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  545622.36NNW316Radius Search
Quitman Mountains High PointUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  668929.03WNW2029Radius Search
Sierra BlancaUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  689130.83NW2251Radius Search
Diablo RimUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  664037.87NNE1940Radius Search
Old BaldyUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  501738.94NE517Radius Search
Vieja PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  650040.37SE1698Radius Search
Spring MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  675247.3ESE992Radius Search
Delaware BenchmarkUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  588847.54NE698Radius Search
Peak 7000USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  700051.5ESE760Radius Search
Bear MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  725652.41ESE1016Radius Search
Sawtooth MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  768653.51ESE1406Radius Search
Peak 7095USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  709553.88ESE375Radius Search
Brooks MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  778055.88ESE620Radius Search
Whitetail MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  748556.47ESE485Radius Search
McDaniel MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  723556.73ESE635Radius Search
Peak 7320USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  732056.87ESE240Radius Search
Peak 8040USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  804057.01ESE360Radius Search

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