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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
BonvoisinFrance  Western Alps  114173.07NE Radius Search
Les BansFrance  Western Alps  120374.35NNE Radius Search
Vieux ChaillolFrance  Western Alps  103776.78WSW2224Radius Search
L'AilefroideFrance  Western Alps  129727.05NNE2500Radius Search
Crêt de la PendineFrance  Western Alps  90197.28E Radius Search
L'Ailefroide-Pic CentraleFrance  Western Alps  128847.31NNE174Radius Search
Pic Sans NomFrance  Western Alps  128388.14NNE1116Radius Search
Mont PelvouxFrance  Western Alps  129368.67NNE1525Radius Search
Barre des ÉcrinsFrance  Western Alps  134589.54NNE6706Radius Search
Pic LoryFrance  Western Alps  134129.54NNE39Radius Search
Roc BlancFrance  Western Alps  95059.99SE351Radius Search
Aiguille DibonaFrance  Western Alps  1027212.41NNW167Radius Search
La MeijeFrance  Western Alps  1306814.88N2704Radius Search
Pic Ouest de CombeynotFrance  Western Alps  1035116.24NNE2674Radius Search
Tête du CollierFrance  Western Alps  842517.49WSW2966Radius Search
Pied MoutetFrance  Western Alps  767418.27NW2234Radius Search
Grand GalibierFrance  Western Alps  1059119.99NNE2084Radius Search
Mont ColombisFrance  Western Alps  568620.7SSW2868Radius Search
Pic de BureFrance  Western Alps  888821.46WSW4160Radius Search
Grand ArmetFrance  Western Alps  916022.64NW3018Radius Search

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