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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Black RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  17292.24SSE229Radius Search
Bobs HillUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  17552.24SE35Radius Search
Cat RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  15602.51E80Radius Search
High TopUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  18802.53NE400Radius Search
Salamander RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  18423.04S222Radius Search
Wolf RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  14003.26ENE0Radius Search
Chimney RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  14013.42ENE121Radius Search
Peak 1895USA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  18954.57WSW375Radius Search
Piney MountainUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  17244.84NE684Radius Search
Quirauk MountainUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  21405.41N1460Radius Search
Little Piney MountainUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  13046.03NE124Radius Search
South Mountain-Black RockUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  18506.26WSW300Radius Search
Wertenbaker HillUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  16216.27NE421Radius Search
College MountainUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  17026.9NE602Radius Search
Mount DunlopUSA-PA  Blue Ridge Mountains  17207.37N420Radius Search
Miller HillUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  13747.37S114Radius Search
Derr HillUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  14807.53NE340Radius Search
South Mountain-Pine KnobUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  17147.56SW54Radius Search
College Mountain-Carrick KnobUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  16297.94NE249Radius Search
South Mountain-Bartman HillUSA-MD  Blue Ridge Mountains  14148.67SW189Radius Search

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