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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount LimonMauritius  Mascarene Islands  12991044.04SW1299Radius Search
Adams PeakSri Lanka  Sri Lanka  73591117.77NNE Radius Search
PidurutalagalaSri Lanka  Sri Lanka  82811138.57NNE8281Radius Search
Anai MudiIndia  Cardamom Hills  88421240.72NNE8137Radius Search
Piton des NeigesReunion  Mascarene Islands  100751476.87SW10075Radius Search
LeuserIndonesia  Sumatra  113711875.87ENE9645Radius Search
Gunung KerinciIndonesia  Sumatra  124842027.69E12484Radius Search
MawensiTanzania  Northeast Tanzania  168932421.74W2785Radius Search
KilimanjaroTanzania  Northeast Tanzania  193412428.92W19308Radius Search
Gurja HimalNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  235992575.59NNE1617Radius Search
Annapurna DakshinNepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  236842575.62NNE2542Radius Search
Dhaulagiri VINepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  238452577.84NNE1486Radius Search
Churen HimalNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  242292578.44NNE1969Radius Search
Annapurna FangNepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  250892579.44NNE876Radius Search
Dhaulagiri IVNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  251352580.39NNE1539Radius Search
AnnapurnaNepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  265452581NNE9790Radius Search
DhaulagiriNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  267952581.22NNE11014Radius Search
MakaluChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  278382609.28NNE7802Radius Search
LhotseChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  279402609.98NNE2002Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287042611.22NNE36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290292611.4NNE29029Radius Search

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