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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Glyder FawrUK-Wales  Great Britain  32810.89WSW2103Radius Search
Carnedd DafyddUK-Wales  Great Britain  34252.98N364Radius Search
Crib y DdysglUK-Wales  Great Britain  34943.43SW236Radius Search
SnowdonUK-Wales  Great Britain  35603.77SW3406Radius Search
Stob BinneinUK-Scotland  Great Britain  3822226.93N994Radius Search
Ben MoreUK-Scotland  Great Britain  3852227.98N3235Radius Search
Ben LawersUK-Scotland  Great Britain  3983238.11N3002Radius Search
Aonach BeagUK-Scotland  Great Britain  4049258.37N1326Radius Search
Ben NevisUK-Scotland  Great Britain  4409258.43N4409Radius Search
Puy de DômeFrance  Massif Central  4806595.62SE Radius Search
Puy de la TacheFrance  Massif Central  5344603.79SSE226Radius Search
Puy de MonneFrance  Massif Central  5551604.36SSE138Radius Search
Puy de BarbierFrance  Massif Central  5584604.49SSE72Radius Search
Puy de l'AngleFrance  Massif Central  5702604.81SSE945Radius Search
Puy RedonFrance  Massif Central  5843606.5SSE102Radius Search
Puy de CacadogneFrance  Massif Central  5856606.76SSE246Radius Search
Puy de SancyFrance  Massif Central  6184606.94SSE5177Radius Search
MolésonSwitz  Northern Alps  6568668.19SE Radius Search
Le GrammontSwitz  Western Alps  7126671.57SE Radius Search
Cornettes de BiseSwitz/France  Western Alps  7979671.68SE3488Radius Search
Pic de JalouvreFrance  Western Alps  7999678.85SE2707Radius Search
Le TarentSwitz  Northern Alps  8360680.84SE3288Radius Search
Pointe PercéeFrance  Western Alps  9022684.13SE5380Radius Search
Dents du MidiSwitz  Western Alps  10686684.93SE5893Radius Search
Gross DoldenhornSwitz  Northern Alps  11952695.9SE2152Radius Search
BlüemlisalphornSwitz  Northern Alps  12011696.16SE2844Radius Search
BalmhornSwitz  Northern Alps  12136696.69SE3350Radius Search
Petit DruFrance  Western Alps  12238697.82SE Radius Search
Aiguille du DruFrance  Western Alps  12316697.86SE Radius Search
Aiguille VerteFrance  Western Alps  13524698.19SE2261Radius Search
Dome de GoûterFrance  Western Alps  14121699.05SE191Radius Search
Mont MauditFrance/Italy  Western Alps  14649699.8SE532Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  15781700.23SE15410Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163322202.86E59Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185102203.67E15554Radius Search
Pik AgasisTajikistan  Pamir  192813579.57ENE5239Radius Search
Pik SatTajikistan  Pamir  193573585.04ENE7553Radius Search
Pik KorzhenevskoyTajikistan  Pamir  233103597.65ENE5413Radius Search
Pik Ismail SamaniTajikistan  Pamir  245903603.19ENE11162Radius Search
Tirich Mir West IIPakistan  Hindu Kush  246063722ENE262Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252893722.73ENE12828Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIIPakistan  Karakoram  253583816.38ENE342Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIPakistan  Karakoram  253613817.21ENE295Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IPakistan  Karakoram  255743818.2ENE10230Radius Search
Disteghil SarPakistan  Karakoram  258693853.65ENE8284Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266573882.34ENE15118Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282613927.92ENE13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294741.44ENE29029Radius Search

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