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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Col ForcaItaly  Southern Alps  34382.54SSW52Radius Search
Monte di GroneItaly  Southern Alps  39112.97SSW775Radius Search
Punta PiagnolaItaly  Southern Alps  40223.3SSE121Radius Search
Monte SparaveraItaly  Southern Alps  44913.54N187Radius Search
Monte BronzoneItaly  Southern Alps  43773.66SSE1113Radius Search
Corno BucoItaly  Southern Alps  31694.76SSE242Radius Search
Corna Trentapassi-Anticima NordItaly  Southern Alps  38555.94E49Radius Search
Corna TrentapassiItaly  Southern Alps  40945.97E1135Radius Search
Corna Trentapassi-Anticima EstItaly  Southern Alps  39116.11E33Radius Search
Monte VignoleItaly  Southern Alps  35936.36E378Radius Search
Dosso TondoItaly  Southern Alps  35406.37E128Radius Search
Punta CunicoloItaly  Southern Alps  33966.43E315Radius Search
Pizzo FormicoItaly  Southern Alps  53676.47NNW3444Radius Search
Corni CapreniItaly  Southern Alps  37177E626Radius Search
Monte IsolaItaly  Southern Alps  19697.18ESE1362Radius Search
Monte AguinaItaly  Southern Alps  41117.65ENE240Radius Search
Punta dei DossiItaly  Southern Alps  31967.85ESE14Radius Search
Monte AltoItaly  Southern Alps  21367.96S1480Radius Search
BluzenaItaly  Southern Alps  43318.17E132Radius Search
Monte AgoloItaly  Southern Alps  45188.18E56Radius Search

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