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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Lusk Creek Wilderness High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8203.36SW Radius Search
Horton HillUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  10003.59NE400Radius Search
Bald KnobUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8203.68NNE40Radius Search
Garden of the Gods Wilderness High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8605.23E Radius Search
Cave HillUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  9237.6NNE313Radius Search
Bay Creek Wilderness High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8007.78WSW Radius Search
High Knob-South RidgeUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8808.18E0Radius Search
High KnobUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  9298.19E329Radius Search
McCormick LookoutUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  8009.77W Radius Search
Wildcat HillsUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  76810.88NE358Radius Search
Gold HillUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  70516.13ENE348Radius Search
Massac County High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  59024.47SSW10Radius Search
Lockhart BluffUSA-KY  Appalachian Plateaus  75425.83SSE294Radius Search
Franklin County High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  60428.33NNW14Radius Search
Wilson HillUSA-KY  Appalachian Plateaus  84228.6SE342Radius Search
Johnson County High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  86031W280Radius Search
Williamson County High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  72031.77W40Radius Search
Chalybeate HillsUSA-KY  Appalachian Plateaus  67331.82E193Radius Search
Crab Orchard Wilderness High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  70031.85W0Radius Search
Panther Den Wilderness High PointUSA-IL  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  74032.43W Radius Search


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