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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Misery HillUSA-CA  Cascade Range  138400.25SW0Radius Search
Thumb RockUSA-CA  Cascade Range  129230.76S83Radius Search
ShastinaUSA-CA  Cascade Range  123301.48W450Radius Search
Shastarama PointUSA-CA  Cascade Range  111351.66S95Radius Search
Green ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  91932.71SSW33Radius Search
Gray ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  81084.12S428Radius Search
Ash Creek ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  83788.03ENE2258Radius Search
Black ButteUSA-CA  Cascade Range  63588.49WSW1958Radius Search
Spring HillUSA-CA  Cascade Range  42908.55SW390Radius Search
The WhalebackUSA-CA  Cascade Range  85288.7NNE2488Radius Search
Mount BradleyUSA-CA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  556314.21SSW283Radius Search
Haight MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  808114.65NE1881Radius Search
Herd PeakUSA-CA  Cascade Range  707115.25N151Radius Search
Mount EddyUSA-CA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  902516.01WSW5105Radius Search
Black Fox MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  650416.36ESE1062Radius Search
Castle DomeUSA-CA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  496617.56SSW246Radius Search
Castle Crags High PointUSA-CA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  720018.61SW720Radius Search
Buck MountainUSA-CA  Cascade Range  652518.86E1545Radius Search
Girard Ridge LookoutUSA-CA  Cascade Range  480919.86SSW Radius Search
China MountainUSA-CA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  855119.93W1697Radius Search


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