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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Haynes MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  34201.31SW160Radius Search
Eagle MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  36002.29SSW480Radius Search
Belle Ayr MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  34203.06NNW560Radius Search
Big Indian MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  37003.88S500Radius Search
Fir MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  36204.47SSE420Radius Search
Graham MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  38684.75SW1188Radius Search
Doubletop MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  38604.84SSW880Radius Search
Rose MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  30904.85NNE770Radius Search
Panther MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  37205.37ESE960Radius Search
Spruce MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  33805.42SSE260Radius Search
East Schoolhouse MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  34805.44SW180Radius Search
Giant LedgeUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  32005.91SE180Radius Search
Hemlock MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  32405.94SSE80Radius Search
Winnisook MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  32606.15SE200Radius Search
Dry Brook RidgeUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  34606.17WNW840Radius Search
Balsam Lake MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  37206.31WSW460Radius Search
Halcott MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  35206.67NNE700Radius Search
High Falls RidgeUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  32117.43SSW271Radius Search
Woodpecker RidgeUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  34607.52WSW300Radius Search
East Wildcat MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  33407.53SSE260Radius Search


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  • Checking one of the "Ladder" boxes will return a list of peaks in ascending order of elevation or prominence, starting from the given point.
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