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Radius Search from Grigna Settentrionale

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Grigna MeridionaleItaly  Southern Alps  71422.2S1214Radius Search
Monte Croce di MuggioItaly  Southern Alps  59026.89NNW2844Radius Search
Corni di CanzoItaly  Southern Alps  45057.01SSW2871Radius Search
Resegone di LeccoItaly  Southern Alps  61527.64SSE2386Radius Search
Pizzo du Tre SignoriItaly  Southern Alps  83767.84ENE Radius Search
Monte BarroItaly  Southern Alps  30258.47S2156Radius Search
Monte San PrimoItaly  Southern Alps  55318.96WSW4616Radius Search
Monte LegnoneItaly  Southern Alps  85609.85N2048Radius Search
Monte di TremezzoItaly  Southern Alps  557710.31WNW3156Radius Search
Monte CalbigaItaly  Southern Alps  557111.6WNW407Radius Search
Monte SornadelloItaly  Southern Alps  521012.6ESE2310Radius Search
Pizo di GinoItaly  Southern Alps  736516.57NW Radius Search
Monte GenerosoSwitz/Italy  Southern Alps  558117.78W4321Radius Search
Besana in BrianzaItaly  Southern Alps  123017.89SSW Radius Search
SighignolaSwitz  Southern Alps  431119.02W1483Radius Search
Monte AlbenItaly  Southern Alps  662420.02ESE2562Radius Search
Pizzo Paglia-Anticima SudItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  836620.66NNW Radius Search
Pizzo AreraItaly  Southern Alps  824120.67E2267Radius Search
Pizzo PagliaItaly/Switz  Southern Alps  850720.85NNW Radius Search
Monte San SalvatoreSwitz  Southern Alps  299221.26W1978Radius Search


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