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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount VeveSolomons  Solomon Islands  580160.99S5801Radius Search
Mount TakuanPapua New Guinea  Solomon Islands  7385104.73WNW4892Radius Search
Mount BalbiPapua New Guinea  Solomon Islands  8907159.34WNW8907Radius Search
Mount SimpsonPapua New Guinea  Owen Stanley Range  9459547.2WSW6047Radius Search
Mount SucklingPapua New Guinea  Owen Stanley Range  12060574.79WSW9698Radius Search
Mount VictoriaPapua New Guinea  Owen Stanley Range  13248660.07WSW8917Radius Search
Mount BangetaPapua New Guinea  Northern New Guinea Coast Ranges  13520682.65W5515Radius Search
Mount BoisingPapua New Guinea  Northern New Guinea Coast Ranges  13615733.95W12168Radius Search
Mount WilhelmPapua New Guinea  New Guinea Central Highlands  14793827.27W9675Radius Search
Puncak MandalaIndonesia  Maoke Range  156071160.85W9039Radius Search
East Carstensz TopIndonesia  Maoke Range  158141379.04W985Radius Search
Carstensz PyramidIndonesia  Maoke Range  160241380.95W16024Radius Search
Jiuding ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  163024398.27NW9212Radius Search
Jiankho ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  173884419.22NW5551Radius Search
Peak 5876China-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  192784433.68NW4764Radius Search
Yaomei FengChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  205054434.7NW8435Radius Search
Mount LongshanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  219294442.5NW Radius Search
Zhongshan FengChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  225924442.92NW Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247904444.12NW11949Radius Search
Namcha BarwaChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  255314822.87NW13471Radius Search
Kangchenjunga SouthIndia  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  278085177.27WNW249Radius Search
KangchenjungaIndia/Nepal  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  281695177.9WNW12867Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287045255.12WNW36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290295255.22WNW29029Radius Search


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