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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mount Fairweather-South PeakUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  138201.05SSE20Radius Search
Mount Fairweather-West PeakUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  135531.32WNW456Radius Search
Mount Fairweather-Northeast PeakCanada-BC  Saint Elias Mountains  124312.07NE817Radius Search
Mount Quincy Adams-South PeakUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  135832.63E197Radius Search
Mount Quincy AdamsCanada/USA  Saint Elias Mountains  136152.68E1345Radius Search
Mount TlingitUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  126064.84E2006Radius Search
Mount RootCanada/USA  Saint Elias Mountains  128875.55N2913Radius Search
Mount SabineUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  104056.25S1905Radius Search
Peak 3760USA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  123366.57N1378Radius Search
Mount SalisburyUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  121706.76SE3970Radius Search
Mount WatsonUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  124977.16N1867Radius Search
Lituya MountainUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  119247.7SSE3624Radius Search
Peak 8542USA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  854210E2042Radius Search
Mount EscuresUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  437710.71SW Radius Search
Mount TurnerCanada/USA  Saint Elias Mountains  866110.86NE2083Radius Search
Peak 10755USA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  1075511.85NNW2355Radius Search
Peak 4498USA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  449812.18SSW2998Radius Search
Mount WilburUSA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  1082113.76SSE2121Radius Search
Mount LodgeCanada/USA  Saint Elias Mountains  1054813.86N2871Radius Search
Peak 6653USA-AK  Saint Elias Mountains  665314.8ENE1953Radius Search

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