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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Palisades-Alpine SummitUSA-NJ  Northern U.S. Appalachians  5508.57N460Radius Search
High MountainUSA-NJ  Northern U.S. Appalachians  88515.84WNW535Radius Search
Hook MountainUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  73018.51N561Radius Search
Bald MountainUSA-NJ  Northern U.S. Appalachians  116423.01NW584Radius Search
Bear MountainUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  130031.93N700Radius Search
Hamburg Mountains High PointUSA-NJ  Northern U.S. Appalachians  149536.5NW875Radius Search
Spy RockUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  146337.38N923Radius Search
Schunnemunk MountainUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  166438.33NNW1164Radius Search
South Beacon MountainUSA-NY  Northern U.S. Appalachians  160043.37N1220Radius Search
Sams Point SummitUSA-NY  Appalachian Ridges  228960.86NNW1749Radius Search
Slide MountainUSA-NY  Appalachian Plateaus  418082.44NNW3280Radius Search
Killington PeakUSA-VT  Northern U.S. Appalachians  4235198.39NNE3315Radius Search
Mount MarcyUSA-NY  Canadian Shield  5344225.01N4914Radius Search
Mount WashingtonUSA-NH  Northern U.S. Appalachians  6288271.48NNE6148Radius Search
Pico TurquinoCuba  Cuba  64761447.39S6476Radius Search
Pico DuarteDom Rep  Hispaniola  101641513.8S10164Radius Search
Pico de OrizabaMexico-Pue/Ver  Cordillera Neovolcanica  184912040.61SW16148Radius Search
Pico Cristóbal ColónColombia  North Colombia Coast  189502066.52S18323Radius Search
DenaliUSA-AK  Alaska Range  203203374.41NW20156Radius Search
AconcaguaArgentina  Central Argentina-Chile Andes  228415063.25S22841Radius Search
Mount EverestChina/Nepal  Central Nepal Himalaya  290297538.63NNE29029Radius Search


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