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Radius Search from Erlspitze

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
SeegrubenspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  79894.21E Radius Search
HafelekarspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  76574.76E Radius Search
GschwandtkopfAustria  Northern Alps  49215.23W853Radius Search
Grosse ArnspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  72056.11NNW3258Radius Search
PleisenspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  84226.68NNE Radius Search
Grosser LafatscherAustria  Northern Alps  88458.05ENE2018Radius Search
NockspitzeAustria  Eastern Alps  78879.03SSE Radius Search
HochkarspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  81439.32NNE2172Radius Search
Leutascher DreitorspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  87969.4NW Radius Search
Hoher KranzbergGermany-BY  Northern Alps  45649.44NNW Radius Search
HoadlAustria  Eastern Alps  76779.45S Radius Search
BirkkarspitzeAustria  Northern Alps  90199.52NE5141Radius Search
Partenkirchner DreitorspitzeAustria/Germany  Northern Alps  86389.7NW Radius Search
Hohe Munde-OstgipfelAustria  Northern Alps  85049.78W269Radius Search
HochalmkreuzAustria  Northern Alps  71929.83NE Radius Search
Hohe MundeAustria  Northern Alps  873410.21W1979Radius Search
Östliche KarwendelspitzeGermany/Austria  Northern Alps  832710.75NE2412Radius Search
Grosser BettelwurfAustria  Northern Alps  894411.14E2671Radius Search
SoiernspitzeGermany-BY  Northern Alps  740511.65NNE2733Radius Search
Rietzer GrieskogelAustria  Eastern Alps  946211.8WSW2845Radius Search


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