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Hill lists


People like lists and hill walkers are no exceptions !

There are various lists covering the hills in Scotland, the main ones are shown below.

If you are thinking about heading out to the hills for the first time or are an experienced mountaineer, this website will help you. It's crammed full of useful routes, maps, advice and guidance to make the most of the truly amazing Scottish mountain countryside.

Munros

Munros

Mountains over 3,000 feet (914 metres) in height are called the Munros. There are 282 and over 4,000 people have climbed all of them, with one person having done them all 15 times - me !
Corbetts

Corbetts

The Corbetts are the Scottish hills that are between 2,500ft to 3,000ft in height and with a drop of 500ft on all sides. There are 221 Corbetts.
Grahams

Grahams

Scottish hills between 2000ft-2500ft in height and with a drop of 150m on all sides. There are 224 Grahams.
Donalds

Donalds

Hills in the Scottish Lowlands with a height of 2000ft and over. There are 89 Donalds.
Marylins

Marylins

Any hill in the UK and Ireland with a drop of 150m on all sides. There are 1218 Marilyns in Scotland.


More information on these categories and several others (including subsiduary 'Tops') can be found in the Database of British and Irish Hills.

Munros
Corbetts
Grahams
Donalds
Marylins

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