Alan abseiling down Broad Stand, Scafell

Mountains

There are many classifications for hills and mountains. The “Nuttalls” list is of all of the 2000-foot mountains of England which have a descent on all sides of at least 50 feet, some 254 in all. This is regarded as the definitive list used by most people. Alan has just 4 summits left to tick-off. The “Wainwrights” list is of all the hills and mountains featured in AW’s 7 “Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells”, including using his original, and often inaccurate, heights. Alan has in excess of 60 of the lowest of these 214 summits yet to climb. The list given below as “English Mountains” is of the Nuttalls and Wainwrights combined. The “Munros” are the 3000-foot peaks of Scotland as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Council, 283 in total. Alan has climbed just 30 or so at the time of writing, and at the current rate of completion will climb the final one on or about his 120th birthday!

The Excel versions of the lists are in rank order of height, but the order can be re-arranged alphabetically, by district, group etc. The pdf files are for those without Microsoft Office. The Word files are lists of the mountains in groups. LibreOffice may work for the Excel and Word files, too. The files also have links for each mountain to O/S map extracts to show location, and links to photographs on external websites. All of the files can be saved to your hard-drive for personal use, if required. Click the appropriate icon for the data you want to view in the format preferred.

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