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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Ariel PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  66851.32SSW Radius Search
XanaduUSA-AK  Brooks Range  71602.01SSW Radius Search
Elephants ToothUSA-AK  Brooks Range  48052.79E805Radius Search
Melting TowerUSA-AK  Brooks Range  70682.87S Radius Search
Parabola Peak-West SummitUSA-AK  Brooks Range  59002.93ESE Radius Search
BadileUSA-AK  Brooks Range  65653.2SE Radius Search
DisneylandUSA-AK  Brooks Range  64003.33SE Radius Search
Wichmann TowerUSA-AK  Brooks Range  69163.51SSE Radius Search
East MaidenUSA-AK  Brooks Range  63203.99ESE Radius Search
Mount AnalogueUSA-AK  Brooks Range  61794.1S Radius Search
Pyramid PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  63185.04SE Radius Search
Lemming PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  60005.31S Radius Search
Mount Arthur EmmonsUSA-AK  Brooks Range  65565.52SE1756Radius Search
Shot TowerUSA-AK  Brooks Range  60965.96SE1196Radius Search
Sodden PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  60376.52ESE637Radius Search
Sikspak PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  764619.57W1346Radius Search
Tupik TowerUSA-AK  Brooks Range  777119.57W871Radius Search
Mount IgikpakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  827620.04W6076Radius Search
Peak 5445USA-AK  Brooks Range  544521.84SW Radius Search
Angiaak PeakUSA-AK  Brooks Range  671122.59W1211Radius Search


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