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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
StavNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  478314.91WNW Radius Search
FresvikbreenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  538715.05SW4272Radius Search
BlåskavlenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  593515.73SSE Radius Search
Store HånosiNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  602420.37SE1956Radius Search
Austanbotntinden VestrasteNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  662728.53NE82Radius Search
Austanbotntinden VestreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  689028.61NE99Radius Search
Austanbotntinden V0Norway  Scandinavian Mountains  713628.67NE36Radius Search
Store AustabottindNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  723128.74NE1555Radius Search
Store SkagastølstindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  789032.01NE3330Radius Search
GaldhøpiggenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  810050.93NE7782Radius Search
HochvogelGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  8504963.07S1877Radius Search
AlpspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  8622963.34S Radius Search
ZugspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  9718963.51S5728Radius Search
ParseierspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  9961977.44S4078Radius Search
Hoher RifflerAustria  Northern Alps  10394980.86S4400Radius Search
SchrankogelAustria  Eastern Alps  11473990.06S Radius Search
WatzespitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  11588991.92S Radius Search
GroßvenedigerAustria  Eastern Alps  12028994.84SSE3934Radius Search
WildspitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  12362999.48S7418Radius Search
GroßglocknerAustria  Eastern Alps  124611000.16SSE7966Radius Search
SchreckhornSwitz  Northern Alps  133791009.39S2585Radius Search
MönchSwitz  Northern Alps  134741011.37S1916Radius Search
JungfrauSwitz  Northern Alps  136421012.83S2254Radius Search
FinsteraarhornSwitz  Northern Alps  140221013.03S7480Radius Search
Weisshorn-North GendarmeSwitz  Southern Alps  142091042.21S233Radius Search
WeisshornSwitz  Southern Alps  147831042.62S3900Radius Search
DomSwitz  Southern Alps  149111043.28S3431Radius Search
NordendItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  151211053.78S308Radius Search
Monte RosaSwitz  Southern Alps  152031054.13S7103Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  157811060.94S15410Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163321899.57ESE59Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185101899.84ESE15554Radius Search
Pik AgasisTajikistan  Pamir  192813080.64E5239Radius Search
Pik SatTajikistan  Pamir  193573081.59E7553Radius Search
Pik KorzhenevskoyTajikistan  Pamir  233103095.16E5413Radius Search
Pik Ismail SamaniTajikistan  Pamir  245903101.52E11162Radius Search
Kongur Tiube TaghChina-Xinjiang U  Pamir  247053225.55E2658Radius Search
Kongur TaghChina-Xinjiang U  Pamir  250953230.68E11762Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252893242.69E12828Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIIPakistan  Karakoram  253583316.46E342Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIPakistan  Karakoram  253613317.31E295Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IPakistan  Karakoram  255743318.29E10230Radius Search
Disteghil SarPakistan  Karakoram  258693350.72E8284Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266573391E15118Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282613419.54E13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294214.13E29029Radius Search

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