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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Sagi SøreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  66930.7W820Radius Search
LangeskavltindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  66081.09S657Radius Search
SlingsbytindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  66471.39WSW295Radius Search
UranostindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  70771.57SW2287Radius Search
Uranostinden S1Norway  Scandinavian Mountains  66831.73SW33Radius Search
Uranostinden S2Norway  Scandinavian Mountains  67191.84SSW180Radius Search
MjølkedalstindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  70142.52ENE1804Radius Search
OlavsbunutenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  64633.07ENE492Radius Search
HøgbrøthøgdeNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  59743.77ESE725Radius Search
SnøholstindenNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  70243.92E2201Radius Search
Rauddalstinden AustreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  68444.2NE1362Radius Search
Store RauddalseggiNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  71134.57ENE2133Radius Search
Stølnostinden Ø2Norway  Scandinavian Mountains  64504.58SW98Radius Search
Stølsnostinden MidtreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  65654.71SW377Radius Search
StølsnostindNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  68044.9SW2145Radius Search
FalketindNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  67854.97SW650Radius Search
Høgvagltinden SøreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  66114.98NE33Radius Search
Høgvagltinden MidtreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  67785NNE1509Radius Search
Rauddalseggje MidtreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  66145.25ENE426Radius Search
Høgvagltinden VestreNorway  Scandinavian Mountains  64535.37NNE525Radius Search


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