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Radius Search from Puy de l'Angle

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Puy de BarbierFrance  Massif Central  55840.36N72Radius Search
Puy de MonneFrance  Massif Central  55510.71NNE138Radius Search
Puy de la TacheFrance  Massif Central  53441.33NNE226Radius Search
Roc de CuzeauFrance  Massif Central  56991.68SSW292Radius Search
Puy des CrebassesFrance  Massif Central  57812.28S105Radius Search
Puy de CacadogneFrance  Massif Central  58562.56SSW246Radius Search
Puy de CliergueFrance  Massif Central  55482.73SW102Radius Search
Puy RedonFrance  Massif Central  58433.23SSW102Radius Search
Puy de SancyFrance  Massif Central  61843.33SSW5177Radius Search
Puy FerrandFrance  Massif Central  60833.38S227Radius Search
Puy de DômeFrance  Massif Central  480615.03NNE Radius Search
Forêt de ChâteauvertFrance  Massif Central  305825.76WNW Radius Search
Puy de Peyre ArseFrance  Massif Central  592532.57S1840Radius Search
Puy MaryFrance  Massif Central  585032.99SSW568Radius Search
Mont BessouFrance  Massif Central  320234.77W Radius Search
Plomb du CantalFrance  Massif Central  608635.69S2539Radius Search
Pierre-sur-HauteFrance  Massif Central  536147.31E2129Radius Search
Puy de MontoncelFrance  Massif Central  422248.12ENE1788Radius Search
Puy de CrozatFrance  Massif Central  254950.43WNW Radius Search
Montagne de CourreauFrance  Massif Central  465950.92E Radius Search

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  • Every page for an individual peak on the site has a "Radius Search" link, plus links for the Elevation and Prominence Ladders.
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