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Radius Search from Mount Davis

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Baughman RocksUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  32000.78NNE20Radius Search
Glade MountainUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  30891.43WNW329Radius Search
Vought RockUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29462.47NE Radius Search
Winding RidgeUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29503.05WSW290Radius Search
Ringer HillUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29783.53SSW78Radius Search
Boardman RidgeUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  30324.05WSW512Radius Search
Maust HillUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29684.16SSW68Radius Search
Packhorse MountainUSA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  27674.69SW127Radius Search
Negro Mountain-Zehner HillUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  30005.05SSW100Radius Search
Sugar PointUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  24395.84S79Radius Search
Negro MountainUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  30756.14SSW195Radius Search
Peak 2930USA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29307SW350Radius Search
Peak 1960USA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  19607.4WNW280Radius Search
Ridgley HillUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  26188.52S78Radius Search
Stockyard HillUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  30008.78SSW360Radius Search
Rich HillUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  28428.96SW282Radius Search
Peak 2940USA-PA  Appalachian Plateaus  29409.02E440Radius Search
Red RidgeUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  28009.05SE200Radius Search
Meadow MountainUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  30319.84SSE471Radius Search
Resh HillUSA-MD  Appalachian Plateaus  27849.85SSW224Radius Search


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