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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
North BarruleIsle of Man  Great Britain  18543.3NE469Radius Search
Slieau FreoaghaneIsle of Man  Great Britain  16013.54W502Radius Search
South BarruleIsle of Man  Great Britain  158511.52SW1431Radius Search
Bradda HillIsle of Man  Great Britain  76416.48SW643Radius Search
Mull HillIsle of Man  Great Britain  55418.14SW495Radius Search
Calf of ManIsle of Man  Great Britain  42020.54SW420Radius Search
DentUK-England  Great Britain  115542.88ENE574Radius Search
CairnharrowUK-Scotland  Great Britain  149943.11N997Radius Search
Muncaster FellUK-England  Great Britain  75844.85E637Radius Search
Lank RiggUK-England  Great Britain  177545.61ENE364Radius Search
GrikeUK-England  Great Britain  160145.67ENE121Radius Search
Pibble HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  125745.8N522Radius Search
Black CombeUK-England  Great Britain  196945.88E1188Radius Search
Crag FellUK-England  Great Britain  171646.45ENE377Radius Search
BengrayUK-Scotland  Great Britain  120146.87NNE768Radius Search
BuckbarrowUK-England  Great Britain  138847.21ENE17Radius Search
BengairnUK-Scotland  Great Britain  128347.35NNE1109Radius Search
WhitfellUK-England  Great Britain  188047.4E725Radius Search
Iron CragUK-England  Great Britain  210047.46ENE177Radius Search
Bowness KnottUK-England  Great Britain  109347.65ENE135Radius Search


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