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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Turtle Lake LookoutUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  110023.53ESE200Radius Search
Cheboygan County High PointUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  130023.63NW220Radius Search
Otsego County High PointUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  151624.26W311Radius Search
Hudson LookoutUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  156224.93WNW412Radius Search
Nubs NobUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  132944.06NW567Radius Search
Graham BenchmarkUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  132945.97NW714Radius Search
Briar HillUSA-MI  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  170679.08WSW1041Radius Search
Ishpatina RidgeCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  2274235.6NE1293Radius Search
Eagle MountainUSA-MN  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  2301359.58NW1321Radius Search
Brush MountainUSA-PA  Appalachian Ridges  2572432.72SE1372Radius Search
Wills MountainUSA-PA  Appalachian Ridges  2780456.55SE1420Radius Search
Shade Mountain-Snyder County High PointUSA-PA  Appalachian Ridges  2180465.9SE1440Radius Search
Mont TremblantCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  3058480.9ENE1708Radius Search
Blue MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  3740496.47E1909Radius Search
Spruce KnobUSA-WV  Appalachian Plateaus  4861498.58SSE2781Radius Search
Whiteface MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  4865514.74E3093Radius Search
Mount MarcyUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  5344516.55E4914Radius Search
Mount WashingtonUSA-NH  Northern U.S. Appalachians  6288643.14E6148Radius Search
Cloud PeakUSA-WY  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  131671122.82W7067Radius Search
Mount ElbertUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  144331203.17WSW9073Radius Search
Mount RobsonCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  129891659.72WNW9249Radius Search
Mount RainierUSA-WA  Cascade Range  144111792.27WNW13210Radius Search
Pico de OrizabaMexico-Pue/Ver  Cordillera Neovolcanica  184911937.06SSW16148Radius Search
Pico Cristóbal ColónColombia  North Colombia Coast  189502434.64SSE18323Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203202827.02NW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228415417.02SSE22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290297379.36N29029Radius Search


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