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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount LunnCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  957319.08SSE3763Radius Search
Kaza MountainCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  834322.03SW5161Radius Search
Mount KimballCanada-BC  British Columbia Interior  685030.59SW2329Radius Search
Mount PaulineCanada-AB/BC  Canadian Rockies  869434.04NE3594Radius Search
Exmoor PeakCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  917737.4SSE2806Radius Search
Mount WotzkeCanada-BC  British Columbia Interior  852037.85S5105Radius Search
Two Sisters MountainCanada-BC  British Columbia Interior  691940.12W2966Radius Search
Tindill PeakCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  884541.16ESE Radius Search
Celtic PeakCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  976743.54E Radius Search
Mount Sir John AbbottCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  1114845.09SE1962Radius Search
Nilah PeakCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  975146.59N811Radius Search
Mount StevensonCanada-BC  British Columbia Interior  733346.73SSW3888Radius Search
Mount Sir Wilfrid LaurierCanada-BC  Columbia Mountains  1153547.46SE8950Radius Search
Mount Sir AlexanderCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  1074547.5N5781Radius Search
Mount Chown-Southwest PeakCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  1043348.56ENE0Radius Search
Mount ChownCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  1087949.09ENE5695Radius Search
Mount BeecheyCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  880049.33ENE3400Radius Search
Mount JessieCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  869852.13E611Radius Search
Kisano MountainCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  937053.49N3553Radius Search
Devout PeakCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  882253.66E3441Radius Search

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