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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pointe d'ArcalodFrance  Western Alps  72746.82WSW5640Radius Search
La TournetteFrance  Western Alps  77137.43NNW4967Radius Search
L'EtaleFrance  Western Alps  81469.52NNE3271Radius Search
Le Grand ArcFrance  Western Alps  815011.27S2274Radius Search
Le RoignaisFrance  Western Alps  982617.39ESE3373Radius Search
Aiguille de la BérangèreFrance  Western Alps  1123721.3ENE Radius Search
Aiguille Des GlaciersItaly  Western Alps  1252022.08E Radius Search
Aiguilles de TrélatéteItaly  Western Alps  1289422.85ENE Radius Search
Aiguille de BionassayFrance  Western Alps  1329423.72ENE525Radius Search
Dome de GoûterFrance  Western Alps  1412125.04ENE191Radius Search
Pic Luigi AmadeoItaly  Western Alps  1466225.63ENE128Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  1578125.81ENE15410Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163321773.07E59Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185101774.29E15554Radius Search
Pik AgasisTajikistan  Pamir  192813273.73ENE5239Radius Search
Pik SatTajikistan  Pamir  193573284.67ENE7553Radius Search
Qullai ArnavadTajikistan  Pamir  196593290.41ENE5151Radius Search
Pik KorzhenevskoyTajikistan  Pamir  233103295.6ENE5413Radius Search
Pik Ismail SamaniTajikistan  Pamir  245903299.9ENE11162Radius Search
Tirich Mir West IIPakistan  Hindu Kush  246063388.1ENE262Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252893388.83ENE12828Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIIPakistan  Karakoram  253583503.29ENE342Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIPakistan  Karakoram  253613504.06ENE295Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IPakistan  Karakoram  255743505.05ENE10230Radius Search
Disteghil SarPakistan  Karakoram  258693543.06ENE8284Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266573556.51ENE15118Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282613621.75ENE13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294436.77ENE29029Radius Search


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