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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SneeijkopSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  521732.46E Radius Search
DutoitspiekSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  654246.26ENE5656Radius Search
Groot-Winterhoek PiekSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  681872.45NE Radius Search
MatroosbergSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  737982.2ENE Radius Search
Seweweekspoort PeakSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  7628173.99ENE5062Radius Search
KompasbergSouth Africa  Cape Ranges  8212386.68ENE Radius Search
Ben MacduiSouth Africa/Lesotho  Drakensberg  9846601.32ENE Radius Search
KwaDumaSouth Africa/Lesotho  Drakensberg  9905618.52ENE Radius Search
TumaholeLesotho  Drakensberg  10597660.9ENE1804Radius Search
MakoanengLesotho  Drakensberg  11207684.08ENE1168Radius Search
TsepengLesotho  Drakensberg  11257692.42ENE2002Radius Search
Thabana NtlenyanaLesotho  Drakensberg  11424709.32ENE7841Radius Search
Volcan KarisimbiRwanda/Congo DRC  East Rift Valley Ranges  148262344.09NNE10905Radius Search
Mount MeruTanzania  Northeast Tanzania  149772421.25NNE10400Radius Search
KilimanjaroTanzania  Northeast Tanzania  193412450.66NE19308Radius Search
MarmolejoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  200394894.58WSW6906Radius Search
AltoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  201714900.13WSW2914Radius Search
Cerro TupungatoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  215394901.5WSW9055Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228414937.22WSW22841Radius Search
Tirich Mir West IIIPakistan  Hindu Kush  242785933.49NE262Radius Search
Tirich Mir WestPakistan  Hindu Kush  245645933.65NE155Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252895933.65NE12828Radius Search
Nanda DeviIndia  Garwhal Himalaya  256435975.81NE10299Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266575987.49NE15118Radius Search
DhaulagiriNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  267956056.3NE11014Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282616095.01NE13189Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287046184.53NE36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290296184.63NE29029Radius Search


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