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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Gingercake MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  41201.51SSE410Radius Search
Sitting Bear MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40952.07SSE90Radius Search
Babel TowerUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  30352.09SSW75Radius Search
Laurel KnobUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40403.12SSW760Radius Search
Hawksbill MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40203.26SSE710Radius Search
Humpback MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  42603.73WSW900Radius Search
TablerockUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  39204.82S1060Radius Search
Little TablerockUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  36004.83S80Radius Search
Long Ridge-Little Lost Cove CliffsUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  34005NE240Radius Search
Chestnut MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  33205.12E680Radius Search
The ChimneysUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  35575.69S157Radius Search
Little Table RockUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40805.73SW160Radius Search
The SphinxUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  23605.99S0Radius Search
Chestnut MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40006.14NW200Radius Search
Hawshaw MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  42406.32NNW160Radius Search
Dogback MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  35206.49S520Radius Search
Flat RockUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  38806.57NNE120Radius Search
Pixie MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  40407.15N360Radius Search
Shortoff Mountain-Peak 3161USA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  31617.59S652Radius Search
Grandmother MountainUSA-NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  46407.77NNE160Radius Search


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