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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount LandaleCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  50332.52W2540Radius Search
Bald MountainCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  20907.69S1549Radius Search
Heather MountainCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  439013.69W1398Radius Search
Mount HooperCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  487516.66WNW Radius Search
Mount BolducCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  390417.22SSW Radius Search
PrevostCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  258519.91ESE Radius Search
Mount NodesteCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  368121.86S2802Radius Search
Gabriola Island High PointCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  59722.01NE597Radius Search
Mount McQuillanCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  516722.9WNW Radius Search
Edinburgh Mountain-North PeakCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  360923.05SSW Radius Search
Mount SpencerCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  477023.25WNW3343Radius Search
Capital Regional District High PointCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  372723.5SSW2152Radius Search
Edinburgh MountainCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  372423.88SSW Radius Search
Mount DemersCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  353723.93S748Radius Search
Mexicana HillCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  69624.73ENE696Radius Search
Mount ArrowsmithCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  596827.2NW4656Radius Search
Mount CokelyCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  531227.7NW417Radius Search
Bodega RidgeCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  78728.55E525Radius Search
Mount ErskineCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  147028.8ESE843Radius Search
Hobiton RidgeCanada-BC  Northwest Coast Islands  262131.09WSW Radius Search


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