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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SchoberAustria  Eastern Alps  43576.21WNW1864Radius Search
LeonsbergAustria  Eastern Alps  57256.51ESE3192Radius Search
RinnkogelAustria  Eastern Alps  59817.97SSE1890Radius Search
EgelseehörndlAustria  Eastern Alps  58469.83SSW1948Radius Search
GamsfeldAustria  Eastern Alps  665010.82SSE3510Radius Search
EinbergAustria  Eastern Alps  553811.46SSW Radius Search
Grosser HöllkogelAustria  Eastern Alps  610911.49E4245Radius Search
SchwarzenbergAustria  Eastern Alps  437712.94W2192Radius Search
Schwarzer BergAustria  Eastern Alps  519714.9SW2336Radius Search
SandlingAustria  Eastern Alps  563315.49ESE2644Radius Search
Hoher SarsteinAustria  Eastern Alps  648017.26SE3557Radius Search
KapuzinerbergAustria  Eastern Alps  208717.61W676Radius Search
MönchsbergAustria  Northern Alps  177218.02W Radius Search
EibenbergAustria  Eastern Alps  524318.24E2431Radius Search
Grosse BischofsmützeAustria  Eastern Alps  806419.87S2008Radius Search
TraunsteinAustria  Eastern Alps  554820.05ENE2277Radius Search
Salzburger HochthronAustria  Northern Alps  607620.39WSW594Radius Search
KneifelspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  390121.06WSW1247Radius Search
Hoher GöllGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  827421.25SW2588Radius Search
RaucheckAustria  Eastern Alps  797221.48SSW4799Radius Search

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