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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mont TemetiuFrench Polynesia  Southern Polynesia  418673.98ESE4186Radius Search
Mont MeirenuiFrench Polynesia  Southern Polynesia  4285842.85SW Radius Search
Mont RoniuFrench Polynesia  Southern Polynesia  4370843.58SW4324Radius Search
Mont OrohenaFrench Polynesia  Southern Polynesia  7352847.68SW7352Radius Search
Sulphur ConeUSA-HI  Hawaii  113292245.1NNW9Radius Search
Dewey ConeUSA-HI  Hawaii  114052249.16NNW45Radius Search
Steaming ConeUSA-HI  Hawaii  117872249.31NNW67Radius Search
Mauna LoaUSA-HI  Hawaii  136792249.42NNW7079Radius Search
Mauna KeaUSA-HI  Hawaii  137962265.77NNW13796Radius Search
Nevado de ColimaMexico-Jal  Cordillera Neovolcanica  139763183.61NE8858Radius Search
Cerro PrietoMexico-Mex  Cordillera Neovolcanica  141733374.34NE65Radius Search
Nevado de TolucaMexico-Mex  Cordillera Neovolcanica  153543374.8NE7250Radius Search
Volcán PopocatépetlMexico-Mex/Mor/Pue  Cordillera Neovolcanica  177173435.52NE9909Radius Search
Pico de OrizabaMexico-Pue/Ver  Cordillera Neovolcanica  184913512.32NE16148Radius Search
Volcán ChimborazoEcuador  Ecuador Andes  205614247.78E13524Radius Search
Nevado Huandoy-Pico OestePeru  Peruvian Andes  208534255.01E709Radius Search
Nevado HuandoyPeru  Peruvian Andes  209814255.41E5341Radius Search
Nevado Huascarán-Pico NortePeru  Peruvian Andes  218644257.95E2146Radius Search
Nevado HuascaránPeru  Peruvian Andes  222054258.88E9180Radius Search
Cerro Aconcagua-South SummitArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  224084715.83ESE98Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228414716.16ESE22841Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247908223.78WNW11949Radius Search
Namcha BarwaChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  255318630.29WNW13471Radius Search
Kangchenjunga SouthIndia  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  278089067.28WNW249Radius Search
KangchenjungaIndia/Nepal  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  281699067.53WNW12867Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290299135.96WNW29029Radius Search


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