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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
House MountainUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  20805.01SSW1000Radius Search
Grainger County Prominence Point-southeastUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  196010.99NNE820Radius Search
Lone Mountain-Northeast PeakUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  216014.07NNE900Radius Search
Rice KnobUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  127616.33E136Radius Search
Panther Creek State Park High PointUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  148017.49E300Radius Search
High PointUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  146019.58W260Radius Search
Crockett RidgeUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  195222.2E732Radius Search
Clinch Mountain-Grainger County HPUSA-TN  Appalachian Ridges  252025.21ENE480Radius Search
GreentopUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  306925.29S1589Radius Search
Bryson MountainUSA-TN  Appalachian Plateaus  320027.81NNW1560Radius Search
Cross MountainUSA-TN  Appalachian Plateaus  353428.32W2094Radius Search
Chilhowee MountainUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  284328.39S823Radius Search
Millstone Gap Lookout TowerUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  284328.39S Radius Search
Cumberland Mountain-Eagle BluffUSA-TN  Appalachian Plateaus  204328.7WNW43Radius Search
Cumberland Mountain-Fort GibsonUSA-KY/TN  Appalachian Plateaus  210029.15N100Radius Search
Tri-State PeakUSA-KY/VA  Appalachian Plateaus  200029.46N20Radius Search
The PinnacleUSA-VA/KY  Appalachian Plateaus  250029.82N120Radius Search
Walnut Mountain Lookout TowerUSA-TN  Appalachian Plateaus  283229.91WNW432Radius Search
The LookoffUSA-TN  Blue Ridge Mountains  332030.16SE100Radius Search
Cumberland Gap Peak 2600USA-KY/VA  Appalachian Plateaus  260030.28N340Radius Search


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