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Radius Search from Brush Mountain - New-James-Roanoke Triple Divide

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Kellys KnobUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  37424.26NNW102Radius Search
Peak 3820 (Johns Creek Mountain)USA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  38204.61NNW620Radius Search
Bruisers KnobUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  34484.83NE188Radius Search
Double Ridge KnobUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  30805.3ENE240Radius Search
Paris MountainUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  30005.93SE1100Radius Search
Brush Mountain Wilderness High PointUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  30206.95ENE129Radius Search
Bear CliffUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  41407.59NW0Radius Search
Bald KnobUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  43618.08WNW2041Radius Search
Spruce Run MountainUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  31808.17W920Radius Search
War SpurUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  38608.34NW20Radius Search
Price MountainUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  24808.51SSW360Radius Search
West Mountain LakeUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  42408.84WNW300Radius Search
Lone Pine PeakUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  40548.89NW134Radius Search
White RocksUSA-WV/VA  Appalachian Ridges  39409.23NNW120Radius Search
Minie Ball HillUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  39479.54NW47Radius Search
Doe MountainUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  39609.8WNW320Radius Search
Potts Mountain-Wind RockUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  41289.9NW408Radius Search
Brush MountainUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  310010.38ENE880Radius Search
Barneys WallUSA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  350011.12WNW0Radius Search
Peak 3053USA-VA  Appalachian Ridges  305311.16E577Radius Search

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