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Radius Search from Piz Vadret

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SchwarzhornSwitz  Southern Alps  103223.51NNW1999Radius Search
Flüela-WisshornSwitz  Southern Alps  101215.2N2073Radius Search
Piz KeschSwitz  Southern Alps  112146.24SW4934Radius Search
Piz LinardSwitz  Northern Alps  111889.29NNE3370Radius Search
Piz OtSwitz  Southern Alps  1065012.3SW2071Radius Search
Mederger FlueSwitz  Southern Alps  887812.34NW Radius Search
Kleiner Piz BuinAustria/Switz  Northern Alps  1067912.86NNE653Radius Search
Piz BuinAustria/Switz  Northern Alps  1086613.14NE1785Radius Search
SilvrettahornAustria/Switz  Northern Alps  1064313.33NNE659Radius Search
Monte Cassa del FerroItaly  Southern Alps  1030213.62ESE2805Radius Search
Piz LanguardSwitz  Southern Alps  1070213.73S3107Radius Search
DreiländerspitzeAustria/Switz  Northern Alps  1048914.25NE998Radius Search
Piz NairSwitz  Southern Alps  1002615.02SSW600Radius Search
Piz PisocSwitz  Southern Alps  1041015.56ENE3025Radius Search
Il JaletSwitz  Southern Alps  784815.74ESE338Radius Search
Piz TavrüSwitz  Southern Alps  1039415.86E2792Radius Search
Piz d'ErrSwitz  Southern Alps  1108316.2SW502Radius Search
Piz DaintSwitz  Southern Alps  973816.31ESE2409Radius Search
Monte PettiniItaly  Southern Alps  961916.36SE2089Radius Search
Piz CalderasSwitz  Southern Alps  1114516.41SW3560Radius Search

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