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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Monte CornettoItaly  Eastern Alps  58794.71S2621Radius Search
Monte RocchettaItaly  Eastern Alps  80977.33W3077Radius Search
Rocchetta Alta di BosconeroItaly  Eastern Alps  79137.75W Radius Search
Cima MoraItaly  Eastern Alps  63587.96SSW1994Radius Search
Col NudoItaly  Eastern Alps  81107.98S5397Radius Search
Monte CornagêtItaly  Eastern Alps  76218.09ESE2030Radius Search
Monte RiteItaly  Eastern Alps  71628.32WNW2027Radius Search
Monte RessetùmItaly  Eastern Alps  678110.3SE2083Radius Search
Monte AntelaoItaly  Eastern Alps  1070910.72NW5693Radius Search
Cimon del FroppaItaly  Eastern Alps  961912.02NNW2221Radius Search
Monte BíveraItaly  Eastern Alps  811712.58ENE2284Radius Search
Monte ServaItaly  Eastern Alps  699813.29SW1535Radius Search
Monte BrentoniItaly  Eastern Alps  836013.65NNE3337Radius Search
Monte TalvenaItaly  Eastern Alps  834013.75WSW1975Radius Search
Monte SchiaraItaly  Eastern Alps  841513.82SW3162Radius Search
Monte TamerItaly  Eastern Alps  835614.48W2765Radius Search
Monte PelmoItaly  Eastern Alps  1039414.7WNW3908Radius Search
Punta SorapissItaly  Eastern Alps  1051515.14NW3560Radius Search
Monte Terza GrandeItaly  Eastern Alps  848415.94NE4189Radius Search
Cima Cadin di San LucanoItaly  Eastern Alps  931417.44NNW2175Radius Search


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