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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 10510USA-AK  South-Central Alaska  105101.79NE2410Radius Search
Mount Marcus BakerUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  131767.02SSW10726Radius Search
Peak 10200USA-AK  South-Central Alaska  102008.82W2200Radius Search
Denmark PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  86608.86ENE Radius Search
Fog PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  85559.54NE1305Radius Search
Greenland PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  84459.7NE795Radius Search
Sweden PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  903010.43ENE Radius Search
Iceland PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  887010.68ENE820Radius Search
Norway PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  896010.78ENE Radius Search
Finland PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  940511.01ENE Radius Search
Amulet PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  829016.05NW Radius Search
Mount GraceUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  1054016.24SSW990Radius Search
Mount GlennUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  980616.39SE2006Radius Search
Alabaster PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  806516.73WNW Radius Search
Lion HeadUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  318517.14N985Radius Search
Mount GoodeUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  1061017.25SSW2160Radius Search
Awesome PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  864517.86NW1945Radius Search
Mount ThorUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  1252118.85E3271Radius Search
Mount WitherspoonUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  1201219.36ESE2162Radius Search
Soaring SpurUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  440621.3NNW1206Radius Search


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