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Elevation Ladder from Buchstein

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SetzbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  55975.08ENE446Radius Search
HalserspitzGermany-BY  Northern Alps  61095.61ESE1486Radius Search
DemeljochGermany-BY  Northern Alps  63097.43SW1375Radius Search
GuffertspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  71987.92SE3750Radius Search
HochissAustria  Northern Alps  754312.73SSE4459Radius Search
Laliderer FalkAustria  Northern Alps  796315.59SSW2146Radius Search
SonnjochAustria  Northern Alps  806115.66SSW2051Radius Search
Östliche KarwendelspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  832717.72SW2412Radius Search
BirkkarspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  901919.06SW5141Radius Search
Lizumer RecknerAustria  Eastern Alps  946933.89S Radius Search
ZugspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  971835.66WSW5728Radius Search
AhornspitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  975436.59SSE Radius Search
ReichenspitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  1083739.67SSE2241Radius Search
OlpererAustria  Eastern Alps  1140440.07S4035Radius Search
Großer MöselerAustria  Eastern Alps  1141744.53S Radius Search
HochfeilerAustria/Italy  Eastern Alps  1151245.71S3218Radius Search
GroßvenedigerAustria  Eastern Alps  1202847.87SE3934Radius Search
GroßglocknerAustria  Eastern Alps  1246161.3SE7966Radius Search
OrtlesItaly  Southern Alps  1281294.33SW6408Radius Search
Pizzo ZupòItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  13110120.24SW1329Radius Search
Piz BerninaSwitz  Southern Alps  13284120.29SW7329Radius Search
SchreckhornSwitz  Northern Alps  13379182.73WSW2585Radius Search
FinsteraarhornSwitz  Northern Alps  14022183.92WSW7480Radius Search
LenzspitzeSwitz  Southern Alps  14088209.1WSW282Radius Search
NadelhornSwitz  Southern Alps  14196209.13WSW676Radius Search
DomSwitz  Southern Alps  14911209.89WSW3431Radius Search
NordendItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  15121215.16WSW308Radius Search
GrenzgipfelItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  15151215.42WSW33Radius Search
Monte RosaSwitz  Southern Alps  15203215.49WSW7103Radius Search
Monte Bianco di CourmayeurItaly  Western Alps  15577260.14WSW59Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  15781260.22WSW15410Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163321511.25E59Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185101512.37E15554Radius Search
Pik AgasisTajikistan  Pamir  192812996.35ENE5239Radius Search
Pik SatTajikistan  Pamir  193573006.7ENE7553Radius Search
Qullai ArnavadTajikistan  Pamir  196593013.66E5151Radius Search
Pik KorzhenevskoyTajikistan  Pamir  233103017.84ENE5413Radius Search
Pik Ismail SamaniTajikistan  Pamir  245903022.28ENE11162Radius Search
Tirich Mir West IIPakistan  Hindu Kush  246063114.65E262Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252893115.37E12828Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIIPakistan  Karakoram  253583227.28E342Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIPakistan  Karakoram  253613228.06E295Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IPakistan  Karakoram  255743229.05E10230Radius Search
Disteghil SarPakistan  Karakoram  258693266.82E8284Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266573282.29E15118Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282613345.13E13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294161.39E29029Radius Search

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