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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 342Canada-ON  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  112224.62S23Radius Search
Lookout MountainCanada-ON  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  173639.95ESE243Radius Search
Southern Ontario High PointCanada-ON  Midwest-Great Lakes Area  189645.55ESE1204Radius Search
Ishpatina RidgeCanada-ON  Canadian Shield  2274128.17NW1293Radius Search
Mont TremblantCanada-QC  Canadian Shield  3058223.69E1708Radius Search
Seward MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  4331268.92ESE2021Radius Search
Lyon MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  3820269.8ESE2212Radius Search
Santanoni PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  4606274.4ESE2408Radius Search
Whiteface MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  4865276.26ESE3093Radius Search
Mount MarcyUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  5344282.64ESE4914Radius Search
Mount WashingtonUSA-NH  Northern U.S. Appalachians  6288399.36ESE6148Radius Search
Cloud PeakUSA-WY  Greater Yellowstone Rockies  131671366.24W7067Radius Search
Mount ElbertUSA-CO  Southern Rocky Mountains  144331460.15W9073Radius Search
Mount RobsonCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  129891843.76WNW9249Radius Search
Pico DuarteDom Rep  Hispaniola  101641904.58SSE10164Radius Search
Mount RainierUSA-WA  Cascade Range  144112013.76WNW13210Radius Search
Pico de OrizabaMexico-Pue/Ver  Cordillera Neovolcanica  184912116.05SW16148Radius Search
Pico Cristóbal ColónColombia  North Colombia Coast  189502430.69S18323Radius Search
DenaliUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203202942.42NW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228415429.98S22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290297277.41NNE29029Radius Search


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