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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
AufackerGermany-BY  Northern Alps  50592.01N Radius Search
Hinteres HörnleGermany-BY  Northern Alps  50793.92NNW1211Radius Search
Mittleres HörnleGermany-BY  Northern Alps  49084.25NNW184Radius Search
Hoher FrickenGermany-BY  Northern Alps  63654.4SE Radius Search
KareckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  67134.45SE Radius Search
Vorderes HörnleGermany-BY  Northern Alps  48694.48NNW Radius Search
BischofGermany-BY  Northern Alps  66704.63SE Radius Search
Oberer RißkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  67224.66ESE Radius Search
KrottenkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  68445.05ESE3793Radius Search
PürschlingGermany-BY  Northern Alps  51385.12W Radius Search
Hohe KistenGermany-BY  Northern Alps  63065.29ESE Radius Search
TeufelstaettkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  57685.39W Radius Search
MittergeinkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  60175.58SSW Radius Search
WankGermany-BY  Northern Alps  58405.62SSE1660Radius Search
KienjochGermany-BY  Northern Alps  64075.67WSW1341Radius Search
LaubeneckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  57685.68W Radius Search
KlaffenGermany-BY  Northern Alps  60015.93ESE Radius Search
KramerspitzGermany-BY  Northern Alps  65125.95SSW2545Radius Search
PlatteneckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  59196.16ESE Radius Search
Wallgauer EckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  58046.51ESE Radius Search


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