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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
KehlsteinGermany-BY  Northern Alps  60271.63NW Radius Search
SchneibsteinAustria  Northern Alps  74642.28S Radius Search
JennerGermany-BY  Northern Alps  61482.49WSW Radius Search
GrünsteinGermany-BY  Northern Alps  42784.86W Radius Search
KneifelspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  39015NNW1247Radius Search
HocheckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  86987.13WSW Radius Search
Toter MannGermany-BY  Northern Alps  45677.19WNW1175Radius Search
WatzmannGermany-BY  Northern Alps  89017.3WSW3127Radius Search
Berchtesgadener HochthronGermany-BY  Northern Alps  64707.81NNW4193Radius Search
Schwarzer BergAustria  Eastern Alps  51978.03E2336Radius Search
FeldkogelGermany-BY  Northern Alps  61888.53SW Radius Search
Salzburger HochthronAustria  Northern Alps  60769.04NNW594Radius Search
HochkalterGermany-BY  Northern Alps  85539.57W2175Radius Search
RaucheckAustria  Eastern Alps  79729.94SE4799Radius Search
Grosser HundstodGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  850710.17WSW1581Radius Search
KarkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  570210.31NW2762Radius Search
HocheisspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  827810.96WSW1346Radius Search
SchartenkopfAustria  Northern Alps  757211.32SW154Radius Search
TorsäuleAustria  Northern Alps  849111.56S433Radius Search
HochkönigAustria  Northern Alps  964912.01S7156Radius Search


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