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Radius Search from Kepa

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Baba (Frauenkogel)Slovenia/Austria  Eastern Alps  62042.36SE Radius Search
JerebikovecSlovenia  Eastern Alps  52264.39S2457Radius Search
Golica (Kahlkogel)Slovenia/Austria  Eastern Alps  60244.93ESE Radius Search
Veliki OltarSlovenia  Eastern Alps  86227.49SW Radius Search
Velika PoncaSlovenia  Eastern Alps  85377.56SW Radius Search
Visoki RokavSlovenia  Eastern Alps  86817.69SW Radius Search
ŠpikSlovenia  Eastern Alps  81147.73WSW962Radius Search
ŠkrlaticaSlovenia  Eastern Alps  89908.09SW3222Radius Search
RjavinaSlovenia  Eastern Alps  83078.61SSW Radius Search
Dolkova špicaSlovenia  Eastern Alps  85018.66SW Radius Search
StenarSlovenia  Eastern Alps  81999.33SW Radius Search
KrižSlovenia  Eastern Alps  79079.59SW Radius Search
Bovški GamsovecSlovenia  Eastern Alps  784410.04SW Radius Search
RazorSlovenia  Eastern Alps  853310.11SW1089Radius Search
Mali Draški VrhSlovenia  Eastern Alps  699510.32SSW Radius Search
Mali TriglavSlovenia  Eastern Alps  894010.36SSW Radius Search
PrisojnikSlovenia  Eastern Alps  835610.41WSW1794Radius Search
TriglavSlovenia  Eastern Alps  939610.45SSW6732Radius Search
ViševnikSlovenia  Eastern Alps  672610.53SSW Radius Search
PihavecSlovenia  Eastern Alps  793610.55SW Radius Search


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