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Radius Search from Cuyahoga Valley National Park High Point

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Summit County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  13202.3WSW350Radius Search
Cuyahoga County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  12804.27NW30Radius Search
Medina County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  13204.49WSW150Radius Search
Cleveland High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  105013.31NNE0Radius Search
Portage County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  134024.17E230Radius Search
Lake County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  125027.59NE170Radius Search
SugarloafUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  139628.47ENE486Radius Search
Lorain County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  112934.81WSW Radius Search
Stark County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  135439.78SE174Radius Search
Wayne County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  132040.59S40Radius Search
Erie County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  89043.12W33Radius Search
Peak 1310USA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  131046.77S Radius Search
Huron County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  120048.49WSW40Radius Search
Mahoning County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  131448.67ESE234Radius Search
Ashland County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  140051.34SW320Radius Search
Holmes County High PointUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  138053.83SSW400Radius Search
Peak 1354USA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  135454.9ESE Radius Search
Pine Lake NorthwestUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  138056.93S400Radius Search
Trautman HillUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  128057.65E70Radius Search
Mount JeezUSA-OH  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  130057.78SW20Radius Search

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  • For Radius Search, use WGS84 decimal degrees for latitude and longitude. South latitude and west longitude are negative. For example: 47.5, -122.84
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