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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Microwave RidgeCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  75921.12ENE571Radius Search
Mount MarriottCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  89736.3SE2470Radius Search
Sun God MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  79437.99W2333Radius Search
Seven O'Clock MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  768010.31W1102Radius Search
Growl PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  772610.72SE705Radius Search
Mount BarbourCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  751311.84W886Radius Search
Mount McGillivrayCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  844813.05N751Radius Search
Crystal PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  809713.06E453Radius Search
Mount McLeodCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  708013.33W453Radius Search
Elliott PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  807413.71E823Radius Search
Royal MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  769014N594Radius Search
Joffre PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  892714.06SSE1053Radius Search
Copper MoundCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  707714.18W647Radius Search
Slalok MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  870414.27SSE1092Radius Search
Tenquille MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  784414.28W347Radius Search
Statimcets PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  863214.76ENE725Radius Search
Goat PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  811414.93W2441Radius Search
Mount MatierCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  913114.99SSE4072Radius Search
Whitecap MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  957315.01NNE5029Radius Search
Goat MountainCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  936717.69ENE5184Radius Search


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