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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Montagne de RobionFrance  Western Alps  54436.65ESE2031Radius Search
Le Grand MargèsFrance  Western Alps  51746.91SSW2369Radius Search
Sommet de la BernardeFrance  Western Alps  636814.83ENE2693Radius Search
Mont de LachensFrance  Western Alps  562316.8ESE Radius Search
Sommet de CouardFrance  Western Alps  652217.85N Radius Search
Montagne de CordeilFrance  Western Alps  693617.92NNE3134Radius Search
BaurouxFrance  Western Alps  539418.77ESE1542Radius Search
AudibergueFrance  Western Alps  538722.63ESE1470Radius Search
Sommet de la FremaFrance  Western Alps  901227.49NE2303Radius Search
Blayeul SommetFrance  Western Alps  718228.01N3114Radius Search
Les MongesFrance  Western Alps  693930.09NNW2523Radius Search
Cime du CheironFrance  Western Alps  583330.92E1981Radius Search
Dôme de BarrotFrance  Western Alps  700831.21ENE1519Radius Search
Tête de l'EstropFrance  Western Alps  971531.61NNE2366Radius Search
Mont VinaigreFrance  Western Alps  201433.25SE1473Radius Search
Sommet de LureFrance  Western Alps  599133.56NW3192Radius Search
Mont PelatFrance  Western Alps  1001034.1NNE2526Radius Search
Puy de TourrettesFrance  Western Alps  416034.56ESE945Radius Search
Mont AuvièreFrance  Western Alps  317634.91E1493Radius Search
Pic de l'OursFrance  Western Alps  160137.52SE810Radius Search

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