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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount WalterUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  131330.37NNE53Radius Search
Simpson PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  129760.55SSE56Radius Search
Old Mike PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  131130.96SE233Radius Search
Peak 12819USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  128191.39SW459Radius Search
Red DomeUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  126611.62ESE141Radius Search
Lake Fork PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  128811.64WSW601Radius Search
Kachina PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  124811.66WNW181Radius Search
Frazer MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  121631.99NNW203Radius Search
Lew Wallace PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  124492.07SSE209Radius Search
Taos ConeUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  122402.22E160Radius Search
Peak 12012USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  120122.45WNW172Radius Search
Peak 12293USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  122932.46SSE133Radius Search
Vallecito MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  126432.97WSW803Radius Search
Peak 12014USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  120142.98SSE374Radius Search
Bull-of-the-Woods MountainUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  116403.19N126Radius Search
Larkspur PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  119923.3S112Radius Search
South Fork PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  119783.46W338Radius Search
Taos PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  112573.86ENE257Radius Search
Peak 11202USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  112023.97NE442Radius Search
Peak 11912USA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  119124.63W552Radius Search

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