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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Pacific County High PointUSA-WA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  30007.13ENE1480Radius Search
Walville PeakUSA-WA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  241710.91NE1657Radius Search
Boistfort PeakUSA-WA  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  312016.15E2680Radius Search
Rogers PeakUSA-OR  Northwest U.S. Coast Ranges  370654.99S3034Radius Search
Mount Saint HelensUSA-WA  Cascade Range  833367.46ESE4573Radius Search
Mount RainierUSA-WA  Cascade Range  1441189.34ENE13210Radius Search
Mount LoganCanada-YT  Saint Elias Mountains  195411190.03NNW17215Radius Search
Mount McKinleyUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203201565.52NNW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228416386.29SE22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290296965.04NNW29029Radius Search


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