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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Flat Top PeakUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  34952.02SW895Radius Search
Mount GilbertUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  268515.56ENE2685Radius Search
Brundage Head High PointUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  74518.29SW338Radius Search
Lofty MountainUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  228118.39SW Radius Search
Split Top MountainUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  180022.82SW Radius Search
Mount CoxcombUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  170026.09SW300Radius Search
Mount BallyhooUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  160026.92SW1600Radius Search
Mount NewhallUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  160027.5SW100Radius Search
Sedanka Island High PointUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  214228.76SSW2142Radius Search
Avatanak Island High PointUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  164229.14E1642Radius Search
Pyramid PeakUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  210030.05SW1100Radius Search
Table Top MountainUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  271930.45WSW Radius Search
Mount Marshall ReeseUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  195635.48WSW456Radius Search
Tigalda Island High PointUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  168536.95E1685Radius Search
Red Cinder DomeUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  188338.1WSW183Radius Search
Makushin VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  590542.33WSW5905Radius Search
Faris PeakUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  544759.19ENE1365Radius Search
Westdahl PeakUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  511860.12ENE554Radius Search
Pogromni VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  653160.35ENE6131Radius Search


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