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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Hall Island High PointUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  166537.7NW1665Radius Search
Mount RobertsUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  1675207.23E1675Radius Search
Ivekan MountainUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  1700212.73N Radius Search
Kangukhsam MountainUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  1820232.31NNE1720Radius Search
Towak MountainUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  2342234.33ENE Radius Search
Kusilvak Mountains High PointUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  2430281.12ENE2417Radius Search
Explorer MountainUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  2660380.06E Radius Search
Tigaraha MountainUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  3200388.27NNE Radius Search
Pen Tri CwmUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  3600388.67NNE1375Radius Search
Mount OsbornUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  4714391.35NNE4364Radius Search
Togiak High PointUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  5200443.8E1900Radius Search
Dillingham High PointUSA-AK  Alaska Intermountain Ranges  5250444.6E4450Radius Search
Pogromni VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  6531486.53SE6131Radius Search
Shishaldin VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  9414491.98SE9414Radius Search
Mount HesperusUSA-AK  Alaska Range  9828613.96ENE6928Radius Search
Iliamna VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  10016658.6E7816Radius Search
Redoubt VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  10197665.64E9097Radius Search
Mount TalachulitnaUSA-AK  Alaska Range  11100669.93ENE2400Radius Search
Mount GerdineUSA-AK  Alaska Range  11258669.96ENE3008Radius Search
Mount TorbertUSA-AK  Alaska Range  11413671.33ENE8663Radius Search
Mount RussellUSA-AK  Alaska Range  11670690.97ENE5470Radius Search
Voyager PeakUSA-AK  Alaska Range  12213703.23ENE413Radius Search
The FinUSA-AK  Alaska Range  13300703.28ENE500Radius Search
Mount Foraker-Southwest PeakUSA-AK  Alaska Range  16500705.97ENE200Radius Search
Mount Foraker-South PeakUSA-AK  Alaska Range  16812706.91ENE212Radius Search
Mount ForakerUSA-AK  Alaska Range  17400707.29ENE7200Radius Search
Peak 18735USA-AK  Alaska Range  18735719.46ENE235Radius Search
Archdeacons TowerUSA-AK  Alaska Range  19600719.94ENE0Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  20320720.35ENE20156Radius Search
Amnye MaqenChina-Qinghai  West Sichuan Ranges  206104119.06WNW6430Radius Search
YanamaxChina-Xinjiang U  Central Tien Shan  207744252.42NW Radius Search
Xuelian FengChina-Xinjiang U  Central Tien Shan  217424258.03NW10065Radius Search
ShatiorChina/Kyrgyzstan/Kazakhstan  Central Tien Shan  217754278.25NW Radius Search
Hantengri FengKazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan  Central Tien Shan  229494280.68NW5528Radius Search
Pik PobedaKyrgyzstan/China  Central Tien Shan  244064292.18NW13609Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247904334.21WNW11949Radius Search
Namcha BarwaChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  255314558.23WNW13471Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282614756.25NW13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294915.26WNW29029Radius Search

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