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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
BlåfjelletNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  41801.33ESE131Radius Search
HornindalsrokkenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  50072.12SW1477Radius Search
FivelstadnibbaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  39672.23ENE1050Radius Search
SætredalsfjelletNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  50073.76ENE2809Radius Search
StorhornetNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  52494.64WSW2723Radius Search
SandfjelletNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  38625.34SSW427Radius Search
SkruvenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  51975.74NNE2408Radius Search
JaktaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  52105.93NNW1772Radius Search
KviteggaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  48855.95ENE2260Radius Search
RøyrhusnibbaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  42196.8SSE689Radius Search
KalvedalseggaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  48396.99SE328Radius Search
Røyrhusnibba SouthNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  39577.36SSE246Radius Search
Store SmørskredtindNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  53517.37N4268Radius Search
LianibbaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  49217.63SE1365Radius Search
LangerusthornetNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  40857.73S312Radius Search
GjugraNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  42527.79WSW1394Radius Search
StorkjelenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  34067.93W2077Radius Search
SlogenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  51317.93N1804Radius Search
HøgenibbaNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  39078.29SW180Radius Search
SkårasalenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  50598.59NW4534Radius Search

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