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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Mont ClapierFrance/Italy  Western Alps  99901.88ESE Radius Search
Cime de l'AgnellièreFrance  Western Alps  88582.32WSW827Radius Search
Tête du Lac AuthierFrance  Western Alps  89902.34SE657Radius Search
Cime De l'AngelItaly  Western Alps  96032.67NW810Radius Search
Punta CiamberlineItaly  Western Alps  91603.24NNW1079Radius Search
Punta SavinaItaly  Western Alps  92553.43ENE725Radius Search
Mont du Grand CapeletFrance  Western Alps  96293.73SE977Radius Search
Cime de la Vallette de PralsFrance  Western Alps  81894.18SSW528Radius Search
Mont BégoFrance  Western Alps  94234.75SE1060Radius Search
Cime du DiableFrance  Western Alps  88095.42SSE699Radius Search
ArgenteraItaly  Western Alps  108175.46NW4249Radius Search
Rocca dell'AbissoItaly  Western Alps  90396.19ENE1618Radius Search
Asta SopranaItaly  Western Alps  97446.73NNW1542Radius Search
Cima del LaurettoItaly  Western Alps  88167.02NNW1073Radius Search
Testa di BressesItaly  Western Alps  92858.21WNW689Radius Search
Mont PepoiriFrance  Western Alps  87739.06W2136Radius Search
Monte MattoItaly  Western Alps  101619.52NW1959Radius Search
Mont ChalancheFrance  Western Alps  688310.45SW1962Radius Search
Mount MalinernItaly  Western Alps  964211.03WNW1273Radius Search
Cime de RoccassièraFrance  Western Alps  492515.11SSW1457Radius Search

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