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Elevation Ladder from Iliamna Volcano

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Redoubt VolcanoUSA-AK  Aleutian Ranges  1019733.58NNE9097Radius Search
Mount SpurrUSA-AK  Alaska Range  1107092.21NNE1920Radius Search
Mount TorbertUSA-AK  Alaska Range  1141398.05NNE8663Radius Search
Mount RussellUSA-AK  Alaska Range  11670195.68NNE5470Radius Search
Mount Marcus BakerUSA-AK  South-Central Alaska  13176205.41ENE10726Radius Search
The FinUSA-AK  Alaska Range  13300207.89NNE500Radius Search
Mount Foraker-South PeakUSA-AK  Alaska Range  16812209.36NNE212Radius Search
Mount ForakerUSA-AK  Alaska Range  17400210.34NNE7200Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  20320221.26NNE20156Radius Search
Amnye MaqenChina-Qinghai  West Sichuan Ranges  206104723.63WNW6430Radius Search
YanamaxChina-Xinjiang U  Central Tien Shan  207744747.21NW Radius Search
Xuelian FengChina-Xinjiang U  Central Tien Shan  217424752.08NW10065Radius Search
ShatiorChina/Kyrgyzstan/Kazakhstan  Central Tien Shan  217754768.98NW Radius Search
Hantengri FengKazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan  Central Tien Shan  229494771.04NW5528Radius Search
Pik PobedaKyrgyzstan/China  Central Tien Shan  244064783.01NW13609Radius Search
Gongga ShanChina-Sichuan  West Sichuan Ranges  247904959.1WNW11949Radius Search
Kongur TaghChina-Xinjiang U  Pamir  250955103.71NW11762Radius Search
Namcha BarwaChina-Tibet  Assam Himalaya  255315160.51WNW13471Radius Search
K2China/Pakistan  Karakoram  282615249.95NW13189Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290295488.47NW29029Radius Search


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