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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Signal PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  78121.13NW252Radius Search
East MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  68922.1E692Radius Search
Madera PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  66474.87NW407Radius Search
El Capitan MtnUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  65686.8SSE1808Radius Search
Scott MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  50969.68SW1376Radius Search
Peak 5185USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  518510.21SE345Radius Search
Hutton PeakUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  561510.47WNW878Radius Search
Troy MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  496510.62SW805Radius Search
Peak 5532USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  553211.8ESE892Radius Search
Hayes Mountains High PointUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  533213.07ESE772Radius Search
Sleeping Beauty MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  440013.13WSW400Radius Search
Teapot MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  448513.27WSW645Radius Search
Needles Eye Wilderness High PointUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  448013.29SE0Radius Search
Peak 5732USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  573213.35NNW345Radius Search
Webster MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  578713.71NNW1525Radius Search
Peak 4676USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  467613.86S1033Radius Search
Peak 4875USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  487513.97W795Radius Search
Peak 4575USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  457514.21ESE335Radius Search
Peak 5630USA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  563014.37WNW1043Radius Search
Granite MountainUSA-AZ  Southwest Basins and Ranges  405214.49SW1052Radius 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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