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Radius Search from Grand Pic de Belledonne

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pic BayleFrance  Western Alps  113687.4ESE3855Radius Search
Le Rocher BlancFrance  Western Alps  96067.49NE3080Radius Search
Pic de l'EtendardFrance  Western Alps  113657.53E558Radius Search
Le TailleferFrance  Western Alps  93739.64SSW4888Radius Search
Dent de CrollesFrance  Western Alps  676511.55NW2264Radius Search
Pied MoutetFrance  Western Alps  767412.4SSE2234Radius Search
ChamechaudeFrance  Western Alps  683112.78NW5804Radius Search
Grand ArmetFrance  Western Alps  916013.38SSW3018Radius Search
Le NeronFrance  Western Alps  425914.32WNW2205Radius Search
Le TaborFrance  Western Alps  783814.94SSW3353Radius Search
Charmant SomFrance  Western Alps  612515.38NW1775Radius Search
Brame FarineFrance  Western Alps  403515.52N2355Radius Search
Grand SomFrance  Western Alps  664716.34NNW2910Radius Search
Les Aiguilles d'ArvesFrance  Western Alps  1152917.09E4702Radius Search
La PeyrouseFrance  Western Alps  561017.97SW2447Radius Search
Grande SureFrance  Western Alps  629918.05NW2162Radius Search
Aiguille DibonaFrance  Western Alps  1027218.9SE167Radius Search
La MeijeFrance  Western Alps  1306819.3SE2704Radius Search
CharandeFrance  Western Alps  560719.55W2306Radius Search
Le SénépyFrance  Western Alps  580422.46SW2733Radius Search

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  • This will return a list all nearest peaks to a point, ordered by distance from the given point.
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