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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount Fainter SouthAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  61783.89NE863Radius Search
Mount JimAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  59654.74ESE388Radius Search
Mount HothamAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  61095.64S794Radius Search
Mount McKayAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  60665.97ENE554Radius Search
Mount CopeAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  60708.24ESE493Radius Search
Spion KopjeAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  60279.21ENE253Radius Search
Mount Nelse WestAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  621111.71ENE Radius Search
Mount Nelse NorthAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  618411.86ENE1656Radius Search
Mount BogongAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  651614.52NE4046Radius Search
Mount Buffalo-The HornAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  565322.12WNW2369Radius Search
Mount JackAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  402230.26NNW2119Radius Search
Mount HowittAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  571533.25SW1949Radius Search
Black Range High PointAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  392733.61WNW2129Radius Search
Mount Big BenAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  381635.35NNW2248Radius Search
Mount StanleyAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  348135.73NNW2087Radius Search
Johnnies TopAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  516739.91ENE1958Radius Search
Mount BullerAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  592242.99WSW2769Radius Search
Mount SkeneAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  515155.42SW2057Radius Search
Mount CobberasAustralia-VIC  Victoria Alps  593856.26E Radius Search

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  • This will return a list all nearest peaks to a point, ordered by distance from the given point.
  • For Radius Search, use WGS84 decimal degrees for latitude and longitude. South latitude and west longitude are negative. For example: 47.5, -122.84
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  • Checking one of the "Ladder" boxes will return a list of peaks in ascending order of elevation or prominence, starting from the given point.
  • Every page for an individual peak on the site has a "Radius Search" link, plus links for the Elevation and Prominence Ladders.

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