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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Caerphilly CommonUK-Wales  Great Britain  8892.32W358Radius Search
Craig yr AlltUK-Wales  Great Britain  8963.52W506Radius Search
Mynydd MachenUK-Wales  Great Britain  11883.72NNE607Radius Search
Mynydd y LanUK-Wales  Great Britain  12504.67NNE705Radius Search
Garth HillUK-Wales  Great Britain  10075.47W692Radius Search
TwmbarlwmUK-Wales  Great Britain  13755.69NNE155Radius Search
Cefn EglwysilanUK-Wales  Great Britain  12536.69WNW771Radius Search
Mynydd Twyn-glasUK-Wales  Great Britain  15499.05NNE830Radius Search
Mynydd y GlynUK-Wales  Great Britain  123710.23WNW597Radius Search
Tair OnnenUK-Wales  Great Britain  44911.76SW229Radius Search
Mynydd BedwellteUK-Wales  Great Britain  159413.31NNW360Radius Search
Mynydd Cilfach-yr-encilUK-Wales  Great Britain  146013.64NNW269Radius Search
Y Domen FawrUK-Wales  Great Britain  165413.82N443Radius Search
Mynydd GethinUK-Wales  Great Britain  161114.13NW476Radius Search
Coety MountainUK-Wales  Great Britain  189614.47N758Radius Search
Coety Mountain-East SlopeUK-Wales  Great Britain  188314.5N0Radius Search
Mynydd Carn-y-cefnUK-Wales  Great Britain  180414.56N577Radius Search
WentwoodUK-Wales  Great Britain  101414.91ENE797Radius Search
Cefn y RhonddaUK-Wales  Great Britain  157815.62WNW134Radius Search
Mynydd AberdarUK-Wales  Great Britain  149916.52NW262Radius Search


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