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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Sunfish MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  28801.52N40Radius Search
Hickorynut MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  34831.79NW163Radius Search
Horse MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  27601.93WSW200Radius Search
Rock MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  32801.95WNW0Radius Search
Table RockUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  31242.45ENE564Radius Search
Whiteoak MountainUSA-NC/SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  32972.5NNW457Radius Search
Roundtop MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  30402.51WNW40Radius Search
Rocky MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  27602.62NNE120Radius Search
Sassafrass Mountain-East PeakUSA-NC/SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  35202.85NW0Radius Search
The StoolUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  26002.94ENE160Radius Search
Sassafras MountainUSA-SC/NC  Blue Ridge Mountains  35542.97NW754Radius Search
Bigspring MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  32002.98N120Radius Search
Buzzard MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  28003.17NNE160Radius Search
Rich MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  25203.7WSW600Radius Search
Little Table RockUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  31603.73N160Radius Search
Brushy KnobUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  24003.86NE80Radius Search
ChimneytopUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  28003.93WNW360Radius Search
Dolves MountainUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  32804.29NNE400Radius Search
Bursted Rock MountinUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  32404.34NNE160Radius Search
Indian Camp Mountain-South PeakUSA-SC  Blue Ridge Mountains  33204.35NW0Radius Search


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