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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Shepherds ToothUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  45930.1SW33Radius Search
Boundary PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  48290.3NE105Radius Search
Mount Marshall-Northeast PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  41670.64SW66Radius Search
Algonquin PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  51150.74NE2097Radius Search
Mount MarshallUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  43640.94SW493Radius Search
Wright PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  45871.38NE256Radius Search
Avalanche MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  38321.42E387Radius Search
Wallface MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  37271.91W577Radius Search
Mount ColdenUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  47152.02ESE876Radius Search
Mount Colden-North PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  45602.15ESE65Radius Search
Calamity MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  36092.36S853Radius Search
Cliff MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  39442.58SSE466Radius Search
Lost Pond PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  38912.62NW446Radius Search
Whales Tail MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  29362.74NE180Radius Search
T.R. MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  38223.16E312Radius Search
Street MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  41343.27NNW1247Radius Search
MacNaughton MountainUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  39833.29W833Radius Search
Mount Marcy-Northwest PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  44063.47ESE108Radius Search
Nye Mountain-South PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  38063.56NNW0Radius Search
Gray PeakUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  48263.58ESE102Radius Search


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