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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
EinsteinAustria  Northern Alps  61229.35ESE2356Radius Search
KöllenspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  734315.04ESE3570Radius Search
ParseierspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  996127.33SSE4078Radius Search
Hoher RifflerAustria  Northern Alps  1039430.41S4400Radius Search
ZugspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  971832.47ESE5728Radius Search
SäntisSwitz  Northern Alps  820950.43WSW6628Radius Search
WildspitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  1236252.95SSE7418Radius Search
GroßglocknerAustria  Eastern Alps  12461116.36ESE7966Radius Search
Mont BlancFrance/Italy  Western Alps  15781202.74SW15410Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185101575.97E15554Radius Search
KilimanjaroTanzania  Northeast Tanzania  193413851.58SSE19308Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290294224.83E29029Radius Search


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