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Elevation Ladder from Dobson Dome

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount HaddingtonAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  534814.92SE5348Radius Search
Detroit PlateauAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  590666.6WSW Radius Search
Mount ParryAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  8268136.08W8268Radius Search
Mount FrançaisAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  9058170.85WSW9058Radius Search
Mount HopeAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  9383436.68SSW Radius Search
Welch MountainsAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  9892504.7SSW Radius Search
Mount Andrew JacksonAntarctica  Antarctic Peninsula  10446527.43SSW7175Radius Search
Mount DalrympleAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  118111129.82SSW Radius Search
Mount GoldthwaitAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  125101132.03SSW Radius Search
Mount PressAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  125661136.05SSW4364Radius Search
Mount BentleyAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  139341140.24SSW1139Radius Search
Mount AndersonAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  139571141.32SSW4935Radius Search
Mount TyreeAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  159191149.45SSW3780Radius Search
Vinson MassifAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  160501152.54SSW16050Radius Search
Cerro Risco PlateadoArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  164012076.03NNW5256Radius Search
SosneadoArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  170242086.98NNW6351Radius Search
Volcán MaipoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  172702125.52NNW Radius Search
Cerro ColinaArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  176672139.32NNW5085Radius Search
Volcán San JoséArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  192912147NNW Radius Search
MarmolejoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  200392155.11NNW6906Radius Search
AltoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  201712172.46NNW2914Radius Search
Cerro TupungatoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  215392179.53NNW9055Radius Search
Cerro Aconcagua-South SummitArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  224082229.44NNW98Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228412229.83NNW22841Radius Search
Gurja HimalNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  235999456.29SE1617Radius Search
Putha HiunchuliNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  237739457.77SE3776Radius Search
Dhaulagiri VINepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  238459458.44SE1486Radius Search
Churen HimalNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  242299458.66SE1969Radius Search
Dhaulagiri IVNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  251359461.16SE1539Radius Search
DhaulagiriNepal  Western Nepal Himalaya  267959463.03SE11014Radius Search
MakaluChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  278389496.35SE7802Radius Search
LhotseChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  279409497.49SE2002Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287049498.77SE36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290299498.95SE29029Radius Search


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