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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount GellAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  474742.83NW Radius Search
Mount OlympusAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  482947.84NNW1942Radius Search
Mount GouldAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  487252.73NNW1165Radius Search
Mount GeryonAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  498755.54NNW1903Radius Search
Mount OssaAustralia-TAS  Tasmania  529559.57NNW5295Radius Search
Mount HowittAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  5715378.25N1949Radius Search
Mount BullerAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  5922380.32N2769Radius Search
Mount HothamAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  6109393.28N794Radius Search
FeathertopAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  6306398.92N1844Radius Search
Mount BogongAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  6516410.86N4046Radius Search
South Rams HeadAustralia-NSW  South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range  6732434.13NNE236Radius Search
Rams HeadAustralia-NSW  South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range  7185435.49NNE361Radius Search
Mount KosciuszkoAustralia-NSW  South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range  7310437.79NNE7310Radius Search
TutokoNew Zealand  Lesser South Island Ranges  89341083.18ESE7189Radius Search
Mount Earnslaw-West PeakNew Zealand  Southern Alps  92521102.04ESE656Radius Search
Mount EarnslawNew Zealand  Southern Alps  92851102.8ESE Radius Search
Mount AspiringNew Zealand  Southern Alps  99411118.8ESE8100Radius Search
Mount SeftonNew Zealand  Southern Alps  103381186.89ESE3488Radius Search
Mount HicksNew Zealand  Southern Alps  104921191.79E256Radius Search
Mount Cook-Low PeakNew Zealand  Southern Alps  117881192.2ESE154Radius Search
Mount CookNew Zealand  Southern Alps  123161192.4E12316Radius Search
Mount AjaxAntarctica  Victoria Land  123692148.05SSE Radius Search
Mount AdamAntarctica  Victoria Land  131562149.04SSE1673Radius Search
Mount MintoAntarctica  Victoria Land  136682151.31SSE8586Radius Search
Mount KuborPapua New Guinea  New Guinea Central Highlands  143012518.59N Radius Search
Mount GiluwePapua New Guinea  New Guinea Central Highlands  143312525.62N8163Radius Search
Mount WilhelmPapua New Guinea  New Guinea Central Highlands  147932540.17N9675Radius Search
Puncak MandalaIndonesia  Maoke Range  156072640.06N9039Radius Search
East Carstensz TopIndonesia  Maoke Range  158142716.58NNW985Radius Search
Carstensz PyramidIndonesia  Maoke Range  160242717.26NNW16024Radius Search
Vinson MassifAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  160503807.37S16050Radius Search
Yulongxue ShanChina-Yunnan  Parallel Gorges Area  183605633.69NW10506Radius Search
XiannairiChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  197905703.29NW6161Radius Search
Mount LongshanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  219295722.17NW Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247905724.32NW11949Radius Search
Namcha BarwaChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  255315952.73NW13471Radius Search
Kangchenjunga SouthIndia  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  278086099.48NW249Radius Search
KangchenjungaIndia/Nepal  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  281696100.36NW12867Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287046162.69NW36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290296162.88NW29029Radius Search


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