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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Le Grand BrézouardFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  403215.2SSW1066Radius Search
Gazon de FaingFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  428521.27SSW561Radius Search
HohneckFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  447227.29SSW Radius Search
StorkenkopfFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  448234.92SSW437Radius Search
Grand BallonFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  467235SSW3517Radius Search
FeldbergGermany-BW  German Highlands  489849.5SE3044Radius Search
Le ChasseralSwitz  North France-West Rhine Area  527287.7S2204Radius Search
Pilatus-EselSwitz  Northern Alps  6949108.07SSE89Radius Search
PilatusSwitz  Northern Alps  6982108.11SSE Radius Search
HohgantSwitz  Northern Alps  7208114.85SSE2087Radius Search
Brienzer RothornSwitz  Northern Alps  7713116.84SSE4406Radius Search
Hoh-BrisenSwitz  Northern Alps  7917117.54SSE1628Radius Search
RossstockSwitz  Northern Alps  8074122.16SE Radius Search
BrunnistockSwitz  Northern Alps  9685122.46SSE2208Radius Search
Klein TitlisSwitz  Northern Alps  10046124.54SSE138Radius Search
TitlisSwitz  Northern Alps  10623124.68SSE3212Radius Search
WetterhornSwitz  Northern Alps  12142127.61SSE Radius Search
EigerSwitz  Northern Alps  13025130.17SSE1168Radius Search
SchreckhornSwitz  Northern Alps  13379130.85SSE2585Radius Search
MönchSwitz  Northern Alps  13474131.34SSE1916Radius Search
JungfrauSwitz  Northern Alps  13642132.38SSE2254Radius Search
FinsteraarhornSwitz  Northern Alps  14022134.44SSE7480Radius Search
Weisshorn-North GendarmeSwitz  Southern Alps  14209159.38S233Radius Search
WeisshornSwitz  Southern Alps  14783159.81S3900Radius Search
DomSwitz  Southern Alps  14911161.33S3431Radius Search
NordendItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  15121171.77S308Radius Search
Monte RosaSwitz  Southern Alps  15203172.09S7103Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  15781177.99S15410Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163321714.9E59Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185101715.98E15554Radius Search
Pik AgasisTajikistan  Pamir  192813184.73ENE5239Radius Search
Pik SatTajikistan  Pamir  193573194.18ENE7553Radius Search
Qullai ArnavadTajikistan  Pamir  196593202.9ENE5151Radius Search
Pik KorzhenevskoyTajikistan  Pamir  233103205.63ENE5413Radius Search
Pik Ismail SamaniTajikistan  Pamir  245903210.3ENE11162Radius Search
Tirich Mir West IIPakistan  Hindu Kush  246063307.74E262Radius Search
Tirich MirPakistan  Hindu Kush  252893308.46E12828Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIIPakistan  Karakoram  253583417.3ENE342Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IIPakistan  Karakoram  253613418.09ENE295Radius Search
Batura Mustagh IPakistan  Karakoram  255743419.08ENE10230Radius Search
Disteghil SarPakistan  Karakoram  258693456.51ENE8284Radius Search
Nanga ParbatPakistan  Punjab Himalaya  266573474.42E15118Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282613534.24ENE13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294351.52ENE29029Radius Search


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