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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mineral MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  65001.16SSW100Radius Search
Sluiskin Mountain-The SquawUSA-WA  Cascade Range  69601.49NNE400Radius Search
Sluiskin Mountain-The ChiefUSA-WA  Cascade Range  70261.55NNE906Radius Search
Crescent MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  67151.68NNW275Radius Search
Burroughs MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  78282.37SE388Radius Search
Skyscraper MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  70782.46E398Radius Search
Redstone PeakUSA-WA  Cascade Range  56802.47NNE240Radius Search
Chenuis MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  61602.69N360Radius Search
Tyee PeakUSA-WA  Cascade Range  60002.69NNW40Radius Search
Echo RockUSA-WA  Cascade Range  78702.7WSW190Radius Search
Observation RockUSA-WA  Cascade Range  83643.13WSW244Radius Search
Second Burroughs MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  74023.14ESE362Radius Search
Mount Fremont LookoutUSA-WA  Cascade Range  71813.59E21Radius Search
Third Mother MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  58043.59WNW244Radius Search
Mount FremontUSA-WA  Cascade Range  73173.65E557Radius Search
First Burroughs MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  71603.7ESE54Radius Search
Mount RuthUSA-WA  Cascade Range  86903.73SSE50Radius Search
Steamboat ProwUSA-WA  Cascade Range  97203.77SSE200Radius Search
Second Mother MountainUSA-WA  Cascade Range  63753.86WNW415Radius Search
Mount PleasantUSA-WA  Cascade Range  64544.19W174Radius Search


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