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Radius Search from Elbrus-East Peak

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Elbrus-Southwest PeakRussia  Central Caucasus  183730.67W0Radius Search
ElbrusRussia  Central Caucasus  185100.87WNW15554Radius Search
Kukurtlu DomeRussia  Central Caucasus  163322.36W59Radius Search
ItkolbashiRussia  Central Caucasus  115856.9SE486Radius Search
Lower DongusorunRussia  Central Caucasus  123657.13S1210Radius Search
Pik ChegetRussia  Central Caucasus  113557.47SSE200Radius Search
Nakra-TauGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1400610.47SSE Radius Search
DongusorunGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1461311.04SSE Radius Search
MyrdykrugozorRussia  Western Caucasus  1140116.46WSW771Radius Search
ShkheldaGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1439616.81SE1437Radius Search
BzhedukhGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1402217.18SE Radius Search
UllukaraGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1411417.41SE1414Radius Search
Pic ShchurovskyGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1403217.93SE515Radius Search
Chatyn-TauGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1447518.54SE1024Radius Search
Ushba-North PeakGeorgia  Central Caucasus  1541318.65SE584Radius Search
Gora UshbaGeorgia  Central Caucasus  1542018.71SE3993Radius Search
GumachiGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1248419.73SE Radius Search
Gora GvandraGeorgia/Russia  Western Caucasus  1307421.17WSW2707Radius Search
Tiutiu-BashiRussia  Central Caucasus  1444922.02ESE Radius Search
Ullu-TauGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  1403222.35ESE Radius Search


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