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Radius Search from Gamsberg

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
HinderruggSwitz  Northern Alps  75663.44WNW Radius Search
LeistchammSwitz  Northern Alps  68937.6W Radius Search
SäntisSwitz  Northern Alps  82098.01N6628Radius Search
KuhgratLiech  Northern Alps  69659.08ENE2234Radius Search
GulmeSwitz  Northern Alps  58699.27WNW Radius Search
FalknisLiech/Switz  Northern Alps  839910.7ESE66Radius Search
GrauspitzeLiech/Switz  Northern Alps  852711.36ESE1158Radius Search
MattstoggSwitz  Northern Alps  635211.47WNW1168Radius Search
SchwarzhornLiech/Switz  Northern Alps  844511.51ESE236Radius Search
MürtschenstockSwitz  Northern Alps  800911.74WSW1972Radius Search
AugstenbergLiech  Northern Alps  775911.78ESE Radius Search
NaafkopfLiech/Switz/Austria  Northern Alps  843212.14ESE820Radius Search
KammSwitz  Northern Alps  696512.47SE239Radius Search
RingelspitzSwitz  Northern Alps  1065316.43S2756Radius Search
SchesaplanaAustria/Switz  Northern Alps  972816.71ESE2710Radius Search
Haldensteiner CalandaSwitz  Northern Alps  920316.85SSE4790Radius Search
Piz SegnasSwitz  Northern Alps  1016716.95SSW1991Radius Search
BrügglerSwitz  Northern Alps  583018.45W Radius Search
RotsteinSwitz  Northern Alps  421619.42WNW171Radius Search
TweralpspitzSwitz  Northern Alps  437019.59WNW1768Radius Search


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