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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SchneefernerkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  94321.02SW577Radius Search
H├ÂllentalspitzenGermany-BY  Northern Alps  89991.61E Radius Search
Gro├čer WaxensteinGermany-BY  Northern Alps  74702.5NE380Radius Search
AlpspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  86223.03E Radius Search
HochwannerAustria/Germany  Northern Alps  90033.75ESE2294Radius Search
HochplattigAustria  Northern Alps  90814.71S3901Radius Search
DanielAustria  Northern Alps  76774.95W4045Radius Search
Hohe MundeAustria  Northern Alps  87346.52SE1979Radius Search
Partenkirchner DreitorspitzeAustria/Germany  Northern Alps  86386.56E Radius Search
KramerspitzGermany-BY  Northern Alps  65126.62NNE2545Radius Search
Leutascher DreitorspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  87966.69ESE Radius Search
Hohe Munde-OstgipfelAustria  Northern Alps  85046.85SE269Radius Search
MittergeinkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  60176.99NNE Radius Search
EckbauerGermany-BY  Northern Alps  40587.71ENE187Radius Search
KreuzspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  71697.92NNW3878Radius Search
WannigAustria  Northern Alps  81798.17SW2310Radius Search
KienjochGermany-BY  Northern Alps  64078.28N1341Radius Search
ZwieselbergAustria  Northern Alps  59819.34WNW2031Radius Search
WankGermany-BY  Northern Alps  58409.58NE1660Radius Search
KreuzkopfGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  626610.53NW1571Radius Search


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