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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Petit Mont AuclairCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  33460.8NNE328Radius Search
Mont Sainte-AnneCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  35041.32WSW59Radius Search
Mont Rolland-GermainCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  39441.56S250Radius Search
Montagne de CristalCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  33762.04WNW1014Radius Search
Mont de la PasseCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  40682.4S361Radius Search
Mont Dos de BaleineCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  40853.29S4Radius Search
Petit Mont Sainte-AnneCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  37633.54SW285Radius Search
Mont Jacques-CartierCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  41603.89S3560Radius Search
Pic du VieillardCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  33664.1SE151Radius Search
Mont de la Table-Sommet NordCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  38714.26SSW229Radius Search
Peak 966Canada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  31694.46WNW1138Radius Search
Mont ComteCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  40424.59S236Radius Search
Mont de la TableCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  38714.7SSW426Radius Search
Mont de la Table-Sommet SudCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  37735.19SSW131Radius Search
Mont XalibuCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  37406.15SSW357Radius Search
Mont Les CônesCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  39606.68S686Radius Search
Mont MarsouiCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  32687.25WNW1660Radius Search
South Les CônesCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  37117.74S102Radius Search
Mont FernaldCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  35667.79SSW252Radius Search
Mont Joseph-FortinCanada-QC  Canadian Appalachians  35637.82SSW203Radius Search


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