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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Trapper PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  77021.37NNE182Radius Search
North Anaconda PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  82491.45S329Radius Search
Anaconda PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  82791.97S919Radius Search
Logging MountainUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  85663.57W926Radius Search
Vulture PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  96383.73NW2278Radius Search
Longfellow PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  89043.82SSE2744Radius Search
Heavens PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  89878SE3067Radius Search
Rainbow PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  98918.11NW3636Radius Search
Mount ClevelandUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  1046610.48NNE5226Radius Search
Snowshoe PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  873888.29WSW5418Radius Search
McDonald PeakUSA-MT  Central Montana Rocky Mountains  982097.71S5640Radius Search
Mount HarrisonCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  11024103.59NNW5775Radius Search
Kootenay MountainCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  8058133.21WNW5909Radius Search
Mount AssiniboineCanada-AB/BC  Canadian Rockies  11864161.77NNW6831Radius Search
Mount FarnhamCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  11460162.58NW6932Radius Search
Mount CooperCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  10151173.95NW7608Radius Search
Mount OdinCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  9747222.45NW7903Radius Search
Mount Sir SandfordCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  11545262.49NW8868Radius Search
Mount RobsonCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  12989374.23NW9249Radius Search
Mount RainierUSA-WA  Cascade Range  14411386.3WSW13210Radius Search
Mount LoganCanada-YT  Saint Elias Mountains  195411320.82NW17215Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203201707.06NW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228416226.93SE22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290296990.6NNW29029Radius Search


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