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Radius Search from Blue Ridge

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Blue Ridge Mountain-South PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  34881.04S260Radius Search
Cellar MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  33691.99ENE338Radius Search
Lewey MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  37203.13NE807Radius Search
Pillsbury MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  36023.63SSW1063Radius Search
Manbury MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  34684.37NW200Radius Search
Beaver Pond PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  31144.84W201Radius Search
Little Moose MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  36325.22WNW1211Radius Search
Snowy Mountain-Southwest PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  36525.76NE207Radius Search
Payne MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  32326.45N417Radius Search
Cellar MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  34456.46NNW414Radius Search
Snowy MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  38986.82NE2225Radius Search
Kitty CobbleUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  32517.05W790Radius Search
Buell MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  37807.07NNE414Radius Search
Brown Pond Mountain-Southwest PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  31597.37NNE226Radius Search
West Lake PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  31637.43W486Radius Search
Snowy Mountain-East PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  31697.49NE197Radius Search
Cellar Brook MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  30617.5NW207Radius Search
Dug MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  32287.56ESE1358Radius Search
Otter Lake PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  31597.58SW679Radius Search
Wakely MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  37667.6NNW1620Radius Search

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