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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
ZwölferköpflGermany-BY  Northern Alps  47151.69W1145Radius Search
SchindelbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  37572.53ESE Radius Search
Hoher ZwieslerGermany-BY  Northern Alps  45083.55ENE1463Radius Search
HirschhörnlkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  49674.07NW1148Radius Search
BenediktenwandGermany-BY  Northern Alps  59064.66N3098Radius Search
JochbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  51355.27WNW1329Radius Search
SchafreuterGermany-BY  Northern Alps  68935.39S1834Radius Search
Kotiger SteinGermany-BY  Northern Alps  44725.89NNE Radius Search
BrauneckGermany-BY  Northern Alps  51026.04NNE Radius Search
DemeljochGermany-BY  Northern Alps  63096.2ESE1375Radius Search
Hoher GrasbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  58506.83SW1247Radius Search
HerzogstandGermany-BY  Northern Alps  56797.65WNW Radius Search
SoiernspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  74058.87SW2733Radius Search
HeimgartenGermany-BY  Northern Alps  58768.93WNW2917Radius Search
SchöttelkarspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  67269.01SW Radius Search
ZwieselbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  44239.57N1201Radius Search
Östliche KarwendelspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  83279.96SSW2412Radius Search
HeigelkopfGermany-BY  Northern Alps  395310.04NNE Radius Search
SimetsbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  603710.09W Radius Search
HochplatteGermany-BY  Northern Alps  522010.09ENE Radius Search


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  • Checking one of the "Ladder" boxes will return a list of peaks in ascending order of elevation or prominence, starting from the given point.
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