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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Ramsey PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  115821.46WNW62Radius Search
Sugarloaf MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  121201.62W240Radius Search
DundickingUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  123052.19S305Radius Search
Skull PointUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  120402.38W40Radius Search
Little No NameUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  125302.46WSW50Radius Search
Mount DickinsonUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  118312.5SSE151Radius Search
Pennock PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  110582.64ESE338Radius Search
Peak 9520USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  95203.1NNE360Radius Search
Gibraltar MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  133003.2SW100Radius Search
Rowe MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  131843.61WSW24Radius Search
South Signal MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  112483.62E208Radius Search
Mummy MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  134253.64SSW465Radius Search
Rowe PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  134003.7WSW160Radius Search
Hagues PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  135603.97SW2400Radius Search
Fall MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  122583.98W298Radius Search
Signal MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  112623.98E782Radius Search
Bulwark RidgeUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  108904.17E90Radius Search
Peak 10088USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  100884.24NE288Radius Search
Comanche PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  127025.12WNW1422Radius Search
Mount TilestonUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  112545.31SSW294Radius Search


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