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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 6100USA-AK  Coast Mountains  61005.49NNW2600Radius Search
Boundary Peak 83USA/Canada  Coast Mountains  54256.1NE737Radius Search
Peak 5818USA-AK  Coast Mountains  58186.94NNW1918Radius Search
Mount BrundageCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  64867.48NNE2205Radius Search
Boundary Peak 79USA/Canada  Coast Mountains  58408.48E1591Radius Search
Peak 6628USA-AK  Coast Mountains  662810.12SSE2028Radius Search
Peak 7091USA-AK  Coast Mountains  709112.4SSE2791Radius Search
Peak 4036USA-AK  Coast Mountains  403612.62SSW3136Radius Search
Mount Fremont MorseCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  671315.07N1713Radius Search
Anotherdum PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  490015.73S3100Radius Search
Mount HillUSA/Canada  Coast Mountains  711017.01SE Radius Search
Whiting PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  828117.22E5476Radius Search
Mount OgdenCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  742517.89N1503Radius Search
Tracy BenchmarkUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  624018.19SSE2100Radius Search
Peak 5321USA-AK  Coast Mountains  532119.33W3621Radius Search
Peak 6882USA-AK  Coast Mountains  688219.62NNW2945Radius Search
Sittakanay PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  792321.23N5610Radius Search
Peak 7065USA-AK  Coast Mountains  706521.62SSE2065Radius Search
Mount SwinefordUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  684121.68NNW2941Radius Search
Peak 3061USA-AK  Coast Mountains  306121.87SW2961Radius Search


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