Summit Photos & Routes

Click on the required link below to be taken to an alphabetic list of information on every hill of that type, along with routes walked and summit photos  taken of each hill  visited so far.

This info is based on my own personal logs taken from the inspirational website
www.hill-bagging.co.uk

Scotland
Munros
39 of 282 (13.83%)
Munro Tops
14 of 227 (6.17%)
Murdos
51 of 441 (11.56%)








Corbetts
11 of 221 (4.98%)
Corbett Tops of Munro
5 of 267 (1.87%)
Corbett Tops of Corbett
0 of 186 (0.0%)








Grahams
1 of 223 (0.45%)
Graham Tops of Munro
2 of 193 (1.0%)
Graham Tops of Corbett
3 of 373 (0.80%)
Graham Tops of Graham
0 of 207 (0.0%)







Donalds
6 of 89 (6.74%)
Donald Tops
2 of 51 (3.92%)
New Donalds
7 of 118 (5.93%)








Highland Fives
3 of 774 (0.39%)
Marilyns
50 of 1217 (4.11%)
HuMPs
63 of 2166 (2.91%)
County Tops (H)
5 of 31 (16.13)






England

Nuttalls
253 of 254 (99.6%)
Marylins
64 of 176 (36.36%)
HuMPs
111 of 444 (25.00%)
Deweys
(47 of 181 25.97%)
County Tops (H)
32 of 49 (65.31%)





Wales

Nuttalls
64 of 190 (33.68%)
Marylins
19 of 158 (12.03%)
HuMPs
27 of 365 (7.40%)
Deweys
21 of 241 (8.71%)
County Tops
5 of 13 (35.71%)







The equivalent page for summit photos and routes on the England & Wales page is somewhat smaller, but I guess that is to be expected with the mountainous nature of Scotland.


It was interesting to note that during the course of me visiting all of the English Nuttalls I actually visited over 20% of all peaks in England, hence me expanding that page to include all hill types.

Similarly, my focus in Scotland is of course the Munros. For me, that in itself is a long term project and of course the aim is to complete 100% of them. I wonder if I will manage 20% of the Scottish hills. I doubt it, but I have included all the major hill types just to check.

The difference between Scotlands 3000' tops and Englands 2000' summits is more than just the obvious height difference. The distance to the summit is greater, the difference in weather on a similar day between 2000' and 3000' can almost be like a different season, the terrain is more rugged requiring far more scrambling and on occasions rope work and days when you can knock off 7 -10 summits in England is just not going to happen in Scotland. The best you could hope for would be 5 and that would be part of a linear walk relying on either public transport or two vehicles.

Furthermore there is not actually a Nuttall equivalent in Scotland but a close equivalent hill type that is in both lists would be the Sim (600m height, prominence of 30m). So to give a comparative scale of the Scottish task in hand the are 2186 Sims in Scotland, 192 in England with a further 152 in Wales.

If you are interested in routes in a particular area for a specific hill type in Scotland go to the Mountain Areas page. In addition, more routes can be found on the excellent web site - share your adventure

This info is based on my own personal logs taken from the inspirational website
www.hill-bagging.co.uk. Unlike the English Nuttalls I do not expect to visit all of the hills listed (though you never say never) but do show progress in terms of both numbers and percentage.


Hill Types Scotland








Munro Tops
Murdos
Marilyns
Corbetts
Grahams
HuMPs
Highland 5s
9 of 227 (4.0%)
27 of 441 (6.1%)
19 of 1217 (1.6%)
6 of 221 (2.7%)
0 of 223 (0.0%)
26 of 2166 (1.2%)
3 of 771 (0.4%)








 

01 - Firth of Clyde to Strath Tay









Munro Tops
Murdos
Marilyns
Corbetts
Grahams
HuMPs
Highland 5s
6 of 16 (37.5%)
7 of 23 (30.4%)
5 of 81 (6.2%)
0 of 17 (0.0%)
0 of 31 (0.0%)
6 of 128 (4.7%)
0 of 73 (0.0%)








02 - Loch Rannoch to Loch Tay









Munro Tops
Murdos
Marilyns
Corbetts
Grahams
HuMPs
Highland 5s
6 of 16 (37.5%)
12 of 40 (30.0%)
9 of 42 (21.4%)
5 of 15 (33.3%)
0 of 1 (0.0%)
11 of 57 (19.3%)
1 of 10 (10.0%)








03 - Loch Leven to Connel Bridge and Glen Lochy


04 - Fort William to Loch Ericht


05 - Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry


06 - Forrest of Atholl to Braemar and Blairgowrie


07 - Braemar to Montrose


08 - The Cairngorms


09 - Spean Bridge to Elgin


10 - Glen Sheil to Glenfinnan


11 - Loch Duich to Loch Ness, South of Loch Mullardoch


12 - Lochalsh to Inverness, North of Loch Mullardoch


13 - Loch Carron to Loch Maree


14 - Loch Maree to Loch Broom and Garve


15 - Ullapool to the Moray Firth


16 - The Far North


17 - Skye, Rum and Mull









Munro Tops
Murdos
Marilyns
Corbetts
Grahams
HuMPs
Highland 5s
1 of 9 (11.1%)
8 of 17 (47.1%)
2 of 86 (2.3%)
0 of 5 (0.0%)
0 of 18 (0.0%)
4 of 144 (2.8%)
0 of 36 (0.0%)








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