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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Digby County High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  6569.17W Radius Search
Shelburne County High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  52511.67SSW Radius Search
Hachmatack MountainCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  59113.16SSW Radius Search
McCoys RidgeCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  65613.68SW Radius Search
Tupper Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  67916.47ENE Radius Search
Bald MountainCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  58118.48SSW Radius Search
Digby County High Point 2Canada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  69618.7NW Radius Search
West Paradise Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85327.71NNE Radius Search
East Paradise Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85329.01NNE Radius Search
Mount PleasantCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  63631.81NW Radius Search
Hiram Layte HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  88332.31NNE Radius Search
North Mountain-Tellier Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  82735.85N Radius Search
North Mountain-Mount RoseCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  85639.19N Radius Search
North Twin Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  87645.55NE Radius Search
Long Island High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  23046.08W230Radius Search
Kings County High PointCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  94849.1NE Radius Search
Salmontail Lake PeakCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  88649.57NE Radius Search
Half Moon Lake HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  93852.55NE Radius Search
Big HillCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  92254.91NE Radius Search
North Mountain-Swindell KnobCanada-NS  Canadian Appalachians  79456.45NNE Radius Search


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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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