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Elevation Ladder from Mount McClintock

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount HugginsAntarctica  Prince Albert-McMurdo  12247148.76NNE Radius Search
Mount RuckerAntarctica  Prince Albert-McMurdo  12569155.53NNE2083Radius Search
Mount HookerAntarctica  Prince Albert-McMurdo  12582162.71NNE1516Radius Search
Mount ListerAntarctica  Prince Albert-McMurdo  13205164.44NNE7628Radius Search
Mount MarkhamAntarctica  Queen Alexandra Range  14275186.7S6903Radius Search
Mount ElizabethAntarctica  Queen Alexandra Range  14698274.89SSE5436Radius Search
Mount KirkpatrickAntarctica  Queen Alexandra Range  14856296.8SSE8534Radius Search
Vinson MassifAntarctica  Ellsworth Mountains  160501256.99SE16050Radius Search
Cerro Risco PlateadoArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  164014291.64SE5256Radius Search
SosneadoArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  170244303.07SE6351Radius Search
Volcán MaipoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  172704344.42SE Radius Search
Cerro ColinaArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  176674357.92SE5085Radius Search
Volcán San JoséArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  192914364.93SE Radius Search
MarmolejoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  200394373.34SE6906Radius Search
AltoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  201714391.94SE2914Radius Search
Cerro TupungatoArgentina/Chile  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  215394399.86SE9055Radius Search
Cerro Aconcagua-South SummitArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  224084445.54SE98Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228414446.04SE22841Radius Search
KangtöChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  231637820.21WNW7202Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247907846.37NW11949Radius Search
Zemu KangIndia  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  255257853.78WNW459Radius Search
Kangchenjunga SouthIndia  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  278087854.33WNW249Radius Search
KangchenjungaIndia/Nepal  Sikkim-Eastern Nepal Himalaya  281697855.19WNW12867Radius Search
Mount Everest-South SummitChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  287047887.41WNW36Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290297887.63WNW29029Radius Search


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