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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Il PelvoItaly  Western Alps  99114.08N170Radius Search
Aiguille de ChambeyronFrance  Western Alps  111946.81SW2529Radius Search
Monte LosettaItaly  Western Alps  100206.94NE433Radius Search
Tête de la FremaItaly  Western Alps  103086.94SW351Radius Search
Viso di VallanteItaly  Western Alps  120477.37ENE Radius Search
Pics de la Font SancteFrance  Western Alps  111067.48W2376Radius Search
Punta GastaldiItaly  Western Alps  105457.57ENE670Radius Search
Monte VisoItaly  Western Alps  126027.65ENE6765Radius Search
Visolotto-Picco LaninoItaly  Western Alps  109847.67ENE712Radius Search
Brec ChambeyronFrance/Italy  Western Alps  111197.94SW1516Radius Search
Viso MozzoItaly  Western Alps  99058.74ENE1211Radius Search
Monte GraneroItaly  Western Alps  104008.87NE820Radius Search
Monte MeidassaItaly  Western Alps  101879.07NE282Radius Search
Monte FriolandItaly  Western Alps  898312.89NE679Radius Search
Monte Frioland-Cima EstItaly  Western Alps  892413NE10Radius Search
Testa di Garitta NuovaItaly  Western Alps  782513.14E440Radius Search
Monte GardiulotItaly  Western Alps  607614.53E39Radius Search
Tête de SiguretFrance  Western Alps  994814.65SSW2313Radius Search
Punta FiuniraItaly  Western Alps  910815.29NNE250Radius Search
Monte RicordoneItaly  Western Alps  578715.41E383Radius Search

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