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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Big Bend Peak 7040USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  70400.44W240Radius Search
Crown Mountain-West PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  70101.05S570Radius Search
Crown MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  71201.39SSE560Radius Search
Casa Grande PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  73251.82WSW565Radius Search
Panther PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  64091.95NE689Radius Search
Toll MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  74152.45SW420Radius Search
Pummel PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  66202.58ENE1100Radius Search
Townsend PointUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  75603.2SW400Radius Search
Emory PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  78253.48SW4485Radius Search
Chisos Mountains-South RimUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  74033.58SW83Radius Search
Vernon Bailey PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  66703.82W590Radius Search
Peak 7070USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  70704.35WSW270Radius Search
Peak 7150USA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  71504.71WSW470Radius Search
Nugent MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  47835.32E823Radius Search
Lone MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  41435.33NE423Radius Search
PicachoUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  59176.65SW557Radius Search
Chilicotal MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  41087.99SE908Radius Search
Elephant TuskUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  52498.16S1369Radius Search
Croton PeakUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  46018.58NW961Radius Search
Dominguez MountainUSA-TX  Southwest Basins and Ranges  51569.49SSW956Radius Search

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