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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 7639USA-AK  Coast Mountains  76396.85N1274Radius Search
Mount Van WagenenUSA/Canada  Coast Mountains  70417.78NE3104Radius Search
Peak 6463USA-AK  Coast Mountains  64638.26S2463Radius Search
Mount FosterCanada/USA  Coast Mountains  71369.1NNE2395Radius Search
Mount ClevelandUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  636210.87ESE1178Radius Search
Peak 7200USA-AK  Coast Mountains  720011.15WSW2200Radius Search
Peak 6900USA-AK  Coast Mountains  690011.87SSW3200Radius Search
Mount CarmackUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  680812.33SE3199Radius Search
Mount Carmack-North PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  662112.45SE621Radius Search
Parsons PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  560013.91SSE2000Radius Search
Mount RaymondUSA/Canada  Coast Mountains  656514.54W1020Radius Search
Takhini PeakCanada-BC  Coast Mountains  824815.76NNW3524Radius Search
Twin Dewey PeaksUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  564017.18SE1322Radius Search
Twin Dewey Peaks-South PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  563617.46SE452Radius Search
Mount HardingUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  532117.82SSE821Radius Search
Peak 2059USA-AK  Coast Mountains  675517.87SW4555Radius Search
Nelson TowerUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  520018.17S200Radius Search
Lactic Acid PeakUSA-AK  Coast Mountains  538018.89SSE1680Radius Search
Peak 1814USA-AK  Coast Mountains  595119.2SE951Radius Search
Boundary Peak 114USA/Canada  Coast Mountains  678819.3ESE Radius Search


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