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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount PhillipsUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  1174121.75NE2901Radius Search
Wheeler PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  1316122.19N3409Radius Search
Truchas PeakUSA-NM  Southern Rocky Mountains  1310222.93SW4001Radius Search
Chicoma MountainUSA-NM  Colorado Plateau  1156156.72WSW4281Radius Search
Culebra PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1404762.44NNE4807Radius Search
Blanca PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  1434592.67N5326Radius Search
Pikes PeakUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  14110180.8N5510Radius Search
Sierra Blanca PeakUSA-NM  Southwest Basins and Ranges  11973198.5S5533Radius Search
Mount ElbertUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  14433206.75NNW9073Radius Search
Mount WhitneyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  14495717.85W10075Radius Search
Mount RainierUSA-WA  Cascade Range  144111116.46NW13210Radius Search
Pico de OrizabaMexico-Pue/Ver  Cordillera Neovolcanica  184911284.21SSE16148Radius Search
Mount LoganCanada-YT  Saint Elias Mountains  195412277.02NNW17215Radius Search
Pico Cristóbal ColónColombia  North Colombia Coast  189502642.8ESE18323Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203202664.41NNW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228415263.07SSE22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290297940.77NNW29029Radius Search


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