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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Wedge Mountain-Southeast SlopeCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  91860.14SSE0Radius Search
Parkhurst MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  81761.12NNW564Radius Search
Rethel MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  79001.97NW551Radius Search
Mount WeartCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  93012.31N1165Radius Search
Eureka MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  82782.48NE535Radius Search
Phalanx MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  80093.73SW496Radius Search
The SpearheadCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  80614.5SW1007Radius Search
Blackcomb PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  79924.97SW282Radius Search
Decker MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  79435.17SSW518Radius Search
Mount PattisonCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  81465.31SSW502Radius Search
Shudder MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  87635.33S266Radius Search
Tremor MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  88295.4S4137Radius Search
Mount TroreyCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  80745.47SSW364Radius Search
Quiver PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  87805.92S283Radius Search
Mount MacbethCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  86586.57S357Radius Search
Cougar MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  50526.61NW2148Radius Search
Mount IagoCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  82228.02S407Radius Search
Overlord MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  86128.2S1361Radius Search
Mount FitzsimmonsCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  85408.25S436Radius Search
Fissile PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  80028.27SSW390Radius Search


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