The tables below are based on the sterling work carried out by the supporters of The Database of British & Irish Hills, a comprehensive list of every hill and mountain in the UK. They are personalised for me, allowing me to keep track of my progress against the various lists and perhaps serve to guide me to search for new places to walk.
To that effect they are provided as-is, with no guarantee of accuracy, but the database is an almost exact replica of the DoBIH. Use the link above to download a full copy for your own use.
Results will include
walks hills trig points photos
This is simply a list of the hills I have visited most. I've avoided calling this my 'Favourite Hills' list, because although some of these are indeed firm favourites, this is not that list.
|No.||Hill Name||Hill Categories||First Ascent||Last Ascent||Visits|
|1||Great Shunner Fell||Ma,Sim,Hew,N||2005-09-07||2019-04-19||10|
These are the hill tables for England and my progress so far against them. In most cases I am not actively pursuing the completion of a complete hill classification, but they get ticked off as I visit sub-categories, such as the Yorkshire Dales Tops or Wainwrights, or as a by-product of Trig Point walks. In fact I'm surprised at how many tops I've actually done this way
|Hill Classification||No. Hills||No. Done||% Done||Remaining|
|County Tops (Historic)||49||19||39%||30|
|The Dales 30||30||30||100%||0|
|Yorkshire Dales Tops||148||107||72%||41|
|Peak District Tops||141||40||28%||101|
|Bowland Fells Tops||38||12||32%||26|
|Howgill Fells Tops||26||21||81%||5|
|North Yorks Moors Tops||55||10||18%||45|
|Northern Pennines Tops||110||20||18%||90|
I've done very little walking in Scotland and this is reflected in the very low completion figures for all these categories.
Just like Scotland, I've done very little walking in Wales, apart from doing three days along Offa's Dyke and doing a few excursions to the Clwydians.