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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Nantina PointUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  68001.03S400Radius Search
West Kiliak PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  74501.12ESE1150Radius Search
Cumulus MountainUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  58151.15NW615Radius Search
East Kiliak PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  71001.62ESE500Radius Search
Pleasant MountainUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  64621.7N762Radius Search
South Raina PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  67982.63NNW498Radius Search
Yukla PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  75352.86SE1935Radius Search
Peeking MountainUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  69253.27NNW1825Radius Search
Icicle PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  70003.37ESE300Radius Search
Mount SoggyUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  71903.57ESE890Radius Search
Mount RumbleUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  75303.6NE2430Radius Search
Peters PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  68853.81E485Radius Search
Sunlight MountainUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  63904.24ESE590Radius Search
Moonlight MountainUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  62704.27E570Radius Search
Bellicose PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  76404.53ENE2440Radius Search
Devils MistressUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  67004.67ESE500Radius Search
Vertigo PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  57754.73SE1175Radius Search
Peak 5320USA-AK  South-Central Alaska  53204.87NNW620Radius Search
Polar Bear PeakUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  66145.17SSW1214Radius Search
Mount BeelzebubUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  72805.29ESE1880Radius Search

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  • For Radius Search, use WGS84 decimal degrees for latitude and longitude. South latitude and west longitude are negative. For example: 47.5, -122.84
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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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