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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Le ReculetFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  56361.29SSW223Radius Search
Colomby de GexFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  55384.21NE Radius Search
Crêt de ChalamFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  50694.26WSW1211Radius Search
Crêt de la GoutteFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  53189.29SSW Radius Search
Signal de BernexSwitz  Western Alps  16809.35SE204Radius Search
Crêt PelaFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  490510.43NNE Radius Search
Les Haut CrêtsSwitz  Western Alps  160812.39ESE197Radius Search
La DôleSwitz  North France-West Rhine Area  550212.9NE Radius Search
Mont SaleveFrance  Western Alps  429514.81SE440Radius Search
The Grand PitonFrance  Western Alps  452415.5SE1896Radius Search
Le NoirmontSwitz  North France-West Rhine Area  514116.74NNE777Radius Search
Les AralesSwitz  Western Alps  169317.48E Radius Search
Le Signal des VoironsFrance  Western Alps  485619.9E1762Radius Search
Montagne des PrincesFrance  Western Alps  306822.94S Radius Search
Montagne de Gros FougFrance  Western Alps  346826.47S2274Radius Search
Crêt des BrottetsFrance  Western Alps  527226.54E1903Radius Search
Le MôleFrance  Western Alps  611227.05ESE4104Radius Search
Le Grand ColombierFrance  North France-West Rhine Area  502327.26SSW3038Radius Search
Mont TendreSwitz  North France-West Rhine Area  550928.28NE Radius Search
Mont BaronFrance  Western Alps  426228.43SSE2195Radius Search

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