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Mountains 1,000 km away from more Prominent Mountains

Limited to peaks having prominence of at least 3,000 m

The prominence of a peak is the minimum height of climb to the summit on any route from a higher peak (called the parent peak), or from sea level if there is no higher peak.

Dot size represents altitude.
Data from here
The 3 white dots at the bottom of the map represent mountains that are actually further South (off the map)
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Mountain
Mount Everest
Aconcagua
Denali / Mount Mckinley
Kilimanjaro (Kibo)
Colón/Bolivar
Pico De Orizaba / Citlaltépetl
Vinson Massif
Puncak Jaya / Carstensz Pyramid
El'Brus
Mountain
Mont Blanc
Damavand
Klyuchevskaya
Nanga Parbat
Mauna Kea
Chimborazo
Kinabalu
Mount Rainier
Ras Dejen Terara
Mountain
Yu Shan
Mount Cameroon (Fako)
Gunung Kerenci
Mount Erebus
Fuji San (Kengamine)
Jebel Toubkal
Mount Cook / Aoraki
Chirripó
Rinjani
Mountain
Pico De Teide
San Valentin
Gunnbjornsfjeld
Mount Finisterre
Etna
Mount Siple
Mount Whitney
Piton De Neiges
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level 70
Oct 13, 2017
help for correcting names/type-ins is greatly appreciated!
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level 52
Oct 13, 2017
'Mauna' is Hawaiian for 'mountain', so 'Kea' should probably work.
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level 79
Oct 13, 2017
13, could have gotten 2 more. I'll take it.
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level 59
Oct 13, 2017
Pico de Teide is on the Canary Islands, not in Zambia.