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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pilot MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  95802.95ESE879Radius Search
Mount BrettCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  97904.29SE2949Radius Search
Massive MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  79894.37ESE Radius Search
Storm MountainCanada-AB/BC  Canadian Rockies  103615.17W1339Radius Search
Mount IshbelCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  93186.16NE Radius Search
Mount BallCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  108076.42SW3983Radius Search
Eisenhower PeakCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  87936.45NNW132Radius Search
Mount BourgeauCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  96167.15SE1516Radius Search
Cockscomb MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  91087.22ENE709Radius Search
Stanley PeakCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  103447.82WSW Radius Search
Mount CoryCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  91908.53E939Radius Search
Castle MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  93188.81NNW Radius Search
Mount LouisCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  86618.96E525Radius Search
Mount WhymperCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  93319.31W863Radius Search
Mount EdithCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  83999.37E525Radius Search
Mount HaffnerCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  83149.73WSW653Radius Search
Eagle MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  93049.84SE1053Radius Search
Goats Eye MountainCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  92069.86SE Radius Search
Mount BrewsterCanada-AB  Canadian Rockies  931810.27ENE319Radius Search
Vermilion PeakCanada-BC  Canadian Rockies  868410.62WSW1469Radius Search


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