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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Peak 18735USA-AK  Alaska Range  187351.1W235Radius Search
Archdeacons TowerUSA-AK  Alaska Range  196001.74SSW0Radius Search
Peak 17400USA-AK  Alaska Range  174001.8ESE200Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203201.98S20156Radius Search
Browne TowerUSA-AK  Alaska Range  146002.36E0Radius Search
West ButtressUSA-AK  Alaska Range  160303.09WSW30Radius Search
East ButtressUSA-AK  Alaska Range  147303.53SE330Radius Search
Peak 15800USA-AK  Alaska Range  158003.75SSE200Radius Search
Mount KovenUSA-AK  Alaska Range  122104.24NE1260Radius Search
South ButtressUSA-AK  Alaska Range  158854.44SSE315Radius Search
East Buttress-Peak 14630USA-AK  Alaska Range  146304.48SE530Radius Search
Kahiltna Peaks-EastUSA-AK  Alaska Range  134405.4SSW1480Radius Search
Pegasus PeakUSA-AK  Alaska Range  122005.5E700Radius Search
Mount CappsUSA-AK  Alaska Range  107905.81WSW340Radius Search
Kahiltna Peaks-WestUSA-AK  Alaska Range  128355.84SW435Radius Search
Southeast SpurUSA-AK  Alaska Range  131005.86SSE400Radius Search
Mount CarpeUSA-AK  Alaska Range  125505.9NE1800Radius Search
Peters DomeUSA-AK  Alaska Range  106006.72WNW2500Radius Search
Peak 13000USA-AK  Alaska Range  130006.74S500Radius Search
Mount KudlichUSA-AK  Alaska Range  113017.74SSE1351Radius Search


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