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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Big Treasure MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  62071.78NNE433Radius Search
Mount DavisCanada-BC  Cascade Range  66013.28SSE1680Radius Search
Mount SniderCanada-BC  Cascade Range  66803.35NW1004Radius Search
Treasure MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  56663.39NE810Radius Search
Mount HatfieldCanada-BC  Cascade Range  73065.16SW Radius Search
MacLeod PeakCanada-BC  Cascade Range  71395.96SW1378Radius Search
Mount MansonCanada-BC  Cascade Range  70576.21SSW Radius Search
Mount OutramCanada-BC  Cascade Range  80747.04SSW3678Radius Search
Mount JarvisCanada-BC  Cascade Range  57557.38W2015Radius Search
Johnson PeakCanada-BC  Cascade Range  66407.44SSW Radius Search
Mount DewdneyCanada-BC  Cascade Range  73628.07SSE2523Radius Search
Carry PeakCanada-BC  Cascade Range  65688.49N Radius Search
Ghost MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  64508.75S1004Radius Search
Mount FordCanada-BC  Cascade Range  69299.56SSE Radius Search
Coquihalla MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  70779.85NNE2677Radius Search
Mercy MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  565310.05NNW338Radius Search
Snass MountainCanada-BC  Cascade Range  757510.22SE3031Radius Search
Snazzy PeakCanada-BC  Cascade Range  715610.63SE135Radius Search
NogilvieCanada-BC  Cascade Range  510510.75W577Radius Search
Portia PeakCanada-BC  Cascade Range  610210.79N787Radius Search


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