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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Headwaters HillUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  118622.46NW382Radius Search
Flagstaff MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  120723.55SSE512Radius Search
Sheep MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  104825.65S442Radius Search
Peak 11050USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  110506.34SSE450Radius Search
Mount OurayUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  139716.75N2659Radius Search
Hayden PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  121307.09ESE730Radius Search
Bonita HillUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  105307.38S290Radius Search
Chipeta MountainUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  128508.02N170Radius Search
Peak 13472USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  134728.55N1152Radius Search
Peak 10551USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  105518.93SSE631Radius Search
Sargents MesaUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  117249.41WSW524Radius Search
Peak 9845USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  98459.47S285Radius Search
Peak 9921USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  99219.53ESE281Radius Search
Peak 9842USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  98429.68SSE322Radius Search
Peak 10040USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  100409.87ESE400Radius Search
Peak 9805USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  980510.05S365Radius Search
Peak 8885USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  888510.21SSW405Radius Search
Peak 9384USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  938410.22SE304Radius Search
Peak 9735USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  973510.48S415Radius Search
Peak 11547USA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1154711.45WSW333Radius Search

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