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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount JepsonUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133920.59NNW334Radius Search
Mount WilliamsUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  136220.73SE236Radius Search
Norman Clyde PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138550.97ESE272Radius Search
Peak 3862USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  126711.06E138Radius Search
Barrett PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139621.15WNW282Radius Search
Mount SillUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  141531.25NW353Radius Search
Middle PalisadeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  140121.38SE1085Radius Search
Polemonium PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  140801.47NW160Radius Search
Disappointment PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  139171.54SE137Radius Search
Mount GayleyUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  135101.58NNW430Radius Search
Balcony PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  138451.61SE65Radius Search
North PalisadeUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  142421.63WNW2894Radius Search
Starlight PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  142001.69WNW80Radius Search
Thunderbolt PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  140031.88NW203Radius Search
Temple CragUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  129761.95N246Radius Search
Buck MountainUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  128412.32NNE1030Radius Search
The ThumbUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  133562.51ESE594Radius Search
Mount WinchellUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  137752.57NW655Radius Search
Peak 3994USA-CA  Sierra Nevada  131042.78E670Radius Search
Isosceles PeakUSA-CA  Sierra Nevada  123212.85WNW161Radius Search

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  • This will return a list all nearest peaks to a point, ordered by distance from the given point.
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  • Every page for an individual peak on the site has a "Radius Search" link, plus links for the Elevation and Prominence Ladders.
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