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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Eagle CliffUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  14340.33WSW Radius Search
The TrappsUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  13001.56SW302Radius Search
Bonticou CragUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  11942.56NE144Radius Search
Dickie BarreUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  13702.96WSW Radius Search
Millbrook MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  17005.87SW40Radius Search
Gertrude's Nose-North PeakUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  18006.15SW Radius Search
Gertrudes NoseUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  17006.79SW80Radius Search
Castle PointUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  21807.41SW310Radius Search
Hamilton PointUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  20207.44SW0Radius Search
Margaret CliffUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  20408.04SW Radius Search
Murray HillUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  20208.69WSW110Radius Search
Shaupeneak MountainUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  88010.02ENE520Radius Search
High PointUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  222010.64WSW50Radius Search
Sams Point-North SummitUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  228911.52WSW1729Radius Search
Sams Point SummitUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  228912.02WSW1749Radius Search
Mount MeenahgaUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  175012.49WSW80Radius Search
Ashokan CobbleUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  280012.77NNW80Radius Search
Mombaccus MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  284012.88NW140Radius Search
Losees HillUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  212812.98WSW118Radius Search
High PointUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  308013.04NNW1400Radius Search


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  • This will return a list all nearest peaks to a point, ordered by distance from the given point.
  • 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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