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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Cerro PiramideCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  124900.35SSE351Radius Search
Pico NoroesteCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  122670.79SSE62Radius Search
Cerro VentisquerosCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  123361.56WSW213Radius Search
Cerro SuresteCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  123361.67SSE525Radius Search
Cerro TerbiCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  123521.94S764Radius Search
Cerro AmíCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  108105.6SSE803Radius Search
Cerro EnaCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  102569SSE85Radius Search
Cerro DúrikaCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1076114.62ESE Radius Search
Cerro BuenavistaCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1145318.9WNW Radius Search
Cerro FríoCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1138819.31WNW168Radius Search
Cerro AsunciónCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1114219.36WNW184Radius Search
Cerro SákiraCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1121119.79WNW319Radius Search
Cerro SábilaCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1119119.89WNW102Radius Search
Cerro LiraCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  776923.83W Radius Search
Vueltas TrigCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1035426.52WNW Radius Search
Cerro VueltasCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1040026.55WNW Radius Search
Cerro KámukCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1164434.45ESE Radius Search
Volcán TurrialbaCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1092241.03NNW Radius Search
Volcán IrazúCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  1126041.97NW6191Radius Search
Punta CatedralCosta Rica  Costa Rica-Panama Ranges  23645.5W170Radius 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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