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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Sunset PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  106480.34SW208Radius Search
Mount TuscaroraUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  106400.57WNW40Radius Search
Point SupremeUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  105950.74WSW155Radius Search
Mount MillicentUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  104520.81NNW172Radius Search
Mount WolverineUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  107350.82WNW495Radius Search
Preston PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  103150.9E235Radius Search
Patsy MarleyUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  105251.16WNW40Radius Search
Mount EvergreenUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  98401.46NNW200Radius Search
Clayton PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  107211.68ENE681Radius Search
Devil's CastleUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  109201.7SW160Radius Search
Honeycomb CliffsUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  104801.95NW487Radius Search
Solitude PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  98882.08NNW88Radius Search
Mount VentureUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  104202.1NE300Radius Search
Sugarloaf MountainUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  110512.13WSW531Radius Search
Ant KnollsUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  98522.24SSE452Radius Search
Mount BaldyUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  110682.72WSW348Radius Search
Guardsman PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  100262.74NE306Radius Search
Scott HillUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  101163.21NNE636Radius Search
Hidden PeakUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  109923.24WSW192Radius Search
Flagstaff MountainUSA-UT  Western Rocky Mountains  105303.3WNW10Radius Search

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