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Radius Search from Pico de Peñalara

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Cerro ClavelesSpain  Castile Ranges  78350.41NNE46Radius Search
El Risco de los PájarosSpain  Castile Ranges  74340.73NNE26Radius Search
Dos HermanasSpain  Castile Ranges  74930.79SSW65Radius Search
Cabeza de Hierro MayorSpain  Castile Ranges  78123.69SSE Radius Search
Cabeza de Hierro MenorSpain  Castile Ranges  77953.82SSE157Radius Search
Cerro de ValdemartínSpain  Castile Ranges  74873.95S423Radius Search
Alto de las GuarramillasSpain  Castile Ranges  74084.71SSW325Radius Search
La MaliciosaSpain  Castile Ranges  73065.76S Radius Search
Siete PicosSpain  Castile Ranges  70146.2SW918Radius Search
Cerro VentosoSpain  Castile Ranges  64476.56SW Radius Search
Montón de TrigoSpain  Castile Ranges  70706.93WSW Radius Search
Cerro MingueteSpain  Castile Ranges  66377.15WSW Radius Search
Peña BercialSpain  Castile Ranges  65687.68WSW Radius Search
El yelmoSpain  Castile Ranges  56337.75SE Radius Search
Cerro de San PedroSpain  Castile Ranges  467515.34ESE Radius Search
Alto de las MesasSpain  Castile Ranges  740534.24NE92Radius Search
LoboSpain  Castile Ranges  746134.41NE2717Radius Search
Las PeñuelasSpain  Castile Ranges  726734.93NE115Radius Search
Cerro del AventeaderoSpain  Castile Ranges  658135.77NE32Radius Search
Cerro AlmodóvarSpain  Castile Ranges  238537.13SSE Radius Search


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